dwindling size perspective

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A depth perception cue in both three-dimensional (as in real and virtual worlds) and two-dimensional contexts (as in photographs, paintings, and films) in which objects assumed to be of comparable size but which appear smaller are assumed to be further away than others that appear larger. See also perspective; pictorial depth cues; size constancy; texture gradient.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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