• Bedroom At Arles Van Gogh
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    When I first looked at this painting, I thought to myself, 'It's boring. It's boring to look at. Why paint a picture of an empty bedroom?' However, once I started looking at all the elements, my mind changed. Van Gogh's use of line really gives depth and character to the piece. The first line that caught my eye was the line outlining the bottom of the bed. The strong stroke really gives you a sense of distance between the bottom of the frame and the floor. Had it been a thin line like those to ...
  • Perception Retinal Image
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    Perception INTRODUCTION Perception is defined as a process by which organisms interpret and organize sensation to produce a meaningful experience of the world. Sensation usually refers to the immediate, relatively unprocessed result of stimulation of sensory receptors in the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, or skin. Perception, on the other hand, better describes one's ultimate experience of the world and typically involves further processing of sensory input. In practice, sensation and perception are ...
  • Virtual Reality Applications Of Television
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    When a sound source is visible and auditory cues conflict with visual cues, vision always predominates over audition. When a sound source presents no visible cues, the most important role of vision is in the monitoring of head movements. The visual field provides important feedback about the nature and degree of head movement so that deliberate disturbance to the visual field causes significant disruption in the ability to localize and invisible sound source. This is essential in ensuring the su...
  • Fish Poem Bishop Lines
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    The Ode Goodbye The importance of something can't be simply stated but rather explained to someone in depth. The poem "The Fish" by Elizabeth Bishop tells of a story of something important to her. She tells a trial of her life in this poem. Bishop explains in depth the true value of this experience. As the reader, one becomes more in tune with what the poem is saying, when explained in detail. Elizabeth Bishop's technique while writing this poem was a brilliant one. While she was merely catchin...
  • Lincoln Assassination Death Of The President
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    Abraham Lincoln, based on facts in "The Assassination, Death of the President", by Champ Clark, was one of Americas greatest Presidents ever. Throughout this book, Lincolns life was told with great detail as well as the lives of all the other people that were explained. Also, the events that took place were presented by in depth information and impressing pictures. In the beginning of "The Assassination, Death of the President", Clark opened it up by telling of how Lincoln had a haunting dream o...
  • Giotto Painting Artist Florence
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    Giotto was born near Florence, Italy, the son of a poor farmer. According to legend, the young Giotto was tending a flock of sheep one day. To pass time, he began to sketch one of the sheep with rough, pointed stone on a smooth surface of rock. As he was drawing, the famous artist Cibuiue happened to come by. The artist was so impressed by the boys talent that he invited Giotto to go and live with him in Florence and study art. He rejected the offer becase he said he had to stay at the farm to ...
  • Do Gender Influence The Way People View Optical Illusions
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    Problem: Does gender influence how people view optical illusions? Background: The brain takes cues from images received from the eyes to help it interpret what is being seen. Usually this is important for things like depth perception, but occasionally it leads us astray. The cues make us think we see something that isn't true, or isn't even there. Light waves enter your eye and then enter photo receptive cells on your retina. The image that forms on your retina is flat, but you see a world of sh...
  • Difficult To Follow Life Man Modern
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    Slaughter house-Five, written by Kurt Vonnegut is a post modern novel, attempting to undermine the reader's expectations. The novel does not have smooth transitions from one event to the next. The reason is, because the novel reflects modern man's life. Since the novel is not smooth it is confusing. This is just like modern man's life, confusing. Another literary device is, it is difficult to follow. When the novel is hard to read the reader cannot enjoy and understand the book. This is how mod...
  • Romeo And Juliet Friar Laurence
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    Romeo - The son of Montague and Lady Montague. A young man of about sixteen, Romeo is handsome, intelligent, and sensitive. At first sight, he falls in love with Juliet, the daughter of his family's archenemy, Capulet. Though he is capable of the most intense love, Romeo is no mere pretty-boy: he proves himself to be a fine swordsman in the course of the play. He is kinsman with Benvolio and great friends with Mercutio and Friar Laurence. Click here for In-Depth Analysis. Juliet - The daughter ...
  • Art Appreciation Georgia O'keeffe
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    DARK ROCKS - Georgia O'Keeffe (oil in canvas) Victorian Bouquet - Severin Roesen (Oil in canvas) In this piece of art, Georgia O'Keeffe transforms ordinary natural objects (rocks) into abstract things. By setting the dark rocks against the white background she magnifies the rocks. She establishes and portrays a special connection between organic forms of the natural world and the spirit. In this special piece of art, Georgia O'Keeffe used somewhat a chromatic way of coloring by using all kind of...
  • Depth Of Field Main Area Add
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    1. Give two ways you can increase the illusion of depth when taking a photograph. To increase the illusion of depth one can use strongly directional lighting to create shadows or use a wide angle lens. 2. Give three ways to add visual weight to a photograph. One can add visual weight by using a light color, Location close to center of the photograph area or Location on the right side. 3. List the five aspects of composition found in this lab project and give what each means. I. RULE OF THIRDS W...
  • Depth Perception Visual Infants Cliff
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    Are parents ready to red shirt there children? No, I'm not talking about sports but kindergarten. Many parents are facing the issue of whether or not their children are ready for the big step into the classroom. Before entering kindergarten children need to develop their perceptual skill (depth perception). As humans we need depth perception for detection, discrimination, and identification of objects. Depth perception is a difficult topic to access due to the fact that the world is three dimens...
  • How Does The Surround Sound
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    How does the "surround-sound" technique work? Surround Sound which was introduced by Dolby Laboratories Inc to position sound around the audience so that the effects within movies would make them feel as though they were really there. The use of directional sound from different points in the room according to their depth, sharpness and clarity was the main goal. Starting off from a standard called Dolby Stereo, two separate channels were introduced, both left and right, so that other speakers co...
  • Depth Perception An Inborn Skill
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    In 1960, Eleanor Gibson and Richard Walk conducted an experiment to see whether depth perception is an inborn or a learned skill in humans. They conducted their experiment with a table that had a thick glass surface on half of the table and a solid base on the other half. This created an illusion of a small cliff without the dangers of actually falling. In this experiment, infants ranging from the age of 6 to 14 months were placed on the solid side of the table. The infants' mothers were placed ...
  • Human Vs Cetacean Divers
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    Human vs. Cetacean Divers Following a deep dive in water, humans can experience severe pains upon returning to the surface too quickly, and the resulting body injury may cause unconsciousness and death. Aches are so severe in some cases, commonly in the joints, that divers bend over in agony. Hence, the name, the bends. However, the more common name for this condition is decompression sickness, meaning that the sickness results from decreasing pressure. Divers experience decreasing pressure upon...
  • Different Perspectives In Art
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    Perspective is an important aspect in art work, used to make the piece appear more realistic and dramatic. Brunelleschi developed the theory of perspective as well as the three kinds that we have discussed; atmospheric, logical, and observed. Atmospheric perspective creates the illusion of depth with a gradual reduction in the brightness of color and detail in the distance of the painting. It is achieved by using less focus, along with bluer, lighter, and duller hues for the distant spaces and o...
  • The Renaissance Project On Paintings
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    Ognisanti Madonna Type of Painting: Tempera on wood By Giotto (Pre-Ren) 1310 This painting by Giotto, displays a lot of similar traits in characters. All of the angels' faces in the background are the same size as the angels who are located in the front of Madonna's throne. There is some shadowing present on the top of the picture^1. This indicates poor depth that doesn't outline the characters's urroundings. There is little perspective shown because the Madonna and the Baby are overly enlarged...
  • Neuman's System Theory Class Group Model
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    Running head: THE NEUMAN'S SYSTEM MODEL This group did an assessment of learning needs for the class regarding neuman's system model, and found out that some students were still unclear about the applications of this system model. Students needed more in depth education of the different levels of prevention and how they apply to the nursing process. When the instructor presented the neuman's system theory in class, there were students who had difficulties differentiating the three levels of prev...
  • 3 D Screens Juan Puente The 3
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    Juan Puente The DVI actual depth monitors, developed by a private New Zealand-based research company Deep Video Imaging, displays images on two physical planes to create a depth of field. "People have tried like crazy to get the illusion of depth and the closest you can have is wearing (3-D) goggles and standing at a particular position,' DVI director Lim Soon Hock said on the sidelines of a news conference to launch the product. The monitor, which uses multiple layers of liquid crystal display ...