Posts Tagged Psychological Space Perception
Understanding Pictorial Space – II
An analytical drawing of spatial symbols clues which indicate distance and depth in our perception of form.
The primary visual cues which aid our perception of Depth:
- Binocular Vision
- Motion Parallax
Our eyes are overlapping fields of view and Stereoscopic Depth Vision.
The pictorial images created by graphic displays have to depend totally upon secondary cues to depth.
Depth is created by –
- Relative apparent size – Linear perspective objects become smaller as they are far away.
- Light and shadow
- Atmospheric haze (Ariel perspective)
- Overlap – most potent secondary cue to depth
Perceptual/Psycological Space | Architectural Drawing
Observing the behaviour of occupants of different types of interior space and an introspection of ourselves in relation to each space.
- A comic strip format
- The shape, sound and dynamics of space
Select three different kinds of interior space:
- A small confined space – waiting room
- A large lofty space – mosque/mandir etc
- Public/Private space – a spherical shape
One hour in each space.