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Elementary stereoscopic effect 

I quote the definitions: 

Sensations and Perceptions

(The Chicago School of Professional Psychology)

Sensations can be defined as the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain. The process is passive in the sense that we do not have to be consciously engaging in a "sensing" process.

Perception can be defined as the active process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting the information brought to the brain by the senses.

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These notions, as we know, are important chapters in psychology

 are described in detail by experts in psychology.

  

In connection with my eperimentele which I include under

 the heading Dioptical-bioptical art (DBA)

I try to explain the present dominance of sensations in contemplation.

 

These sensations are caused by stimulus of the type used in areas

Binocular rivalry, Colour fusion Helmholtz and Stereoscopy,

 stimulus which I introduced in experimental compositions.

 

I give examples of elementary stereoscopic stimulus                                                                                                                   

 

 When we observe normal figures Asi B, we get the details of perception.

 

  If we look cross-eyed, we mainly observed spatial sensations:

-in figure A, the square appears to the observer relative to the plane of the two circles

- In figure B, the square appears beyond, to the plane of the two circles

So is remarkable as the dominant the sensation of space relative to the overall perception.

 

In the following discussion that I'll do I'll describe and dominant sensations by applying different types of stimuli   those in the fields Binocular rivalry, Color fusion

   These types of stimuli have not yet been introduced in

compositions of fine art and sensations caused in contemplation

  of them could be regarded as primitive.

Dioptical-bioptical art compositions (DBA) requires mainly permanent contact with

artist during execution  (without interleaving aleatory programs as

in the case digital execution).

In fact this mode is traditional in fine art and can give many

examples of stimuli that cause  dominant sensation.

 

But the dominant sensations of traditional compositions are different, compared with

dominant sensations in the compositions (DBA).

The latter are caused by resultant processing in the brain's nerve inflows

which arrive simultaneously by the two eyes,

with powerful psychic influence.

 

It is interesting to study the influence of these types of sensations in visual psychotherapy.

 

People who fail to see these effects can copy figures and move the square horizontally

obtaining different depths.

 

Cross-eyed gaze method currently applied to 3D image

 

Post: crossed eyed 3d images

 

I repeat in attach form how cross-eyed look.

 

I ask people who have managed to see the effects they describe to confirm my result

the experimentation.

 

                               See links:

Confirmation effects dioptical-bioptical applicable in fine art

12. Visual-sense-storming

 

An argumentum a contrario by Concepts in Generative Art…, posted by...

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fine art visual sense space color time images

 

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Comment by Liviu Iliescu on June 8, 2013 at 8:14pm

Relative to

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The latter are caused by resultant processing in the brain's nerve inflows

which arrive simultaneously by the two eyes,

with powerful psychic influence.

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  These assumptions I have not checked them. I proposed them as a result of

studies done on fine art compositions for two eyes.

 

In this composition I entered stimulus  similar to that used in areas

Binocular rivalry, Color fusion Helmholtz and Stereoscopy

 

  I mention in addition, influence the results of recent research:

ScienceDirect.com - Neuron - Brian N Pasley, Linda C Mayes ...

 Subcortical discrimination of unperceived objects during binocular rivalry.

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