The author, JA¼rgen Weber, brings together the results of various disciplines and his own research and experience as a sculptor and painter and stitches together an exciting new theory of perception of form. In doing so, Weber - who also has a scientific background - explores the fascinating question of what additional information the thing that is seen conveys. How do we tell the difference between a cheerful and a gloomy face? Why do we see that a bud will open shortly? Why do we find some phenomena to be dangerous and others to be desirable? These question have not yet been investigated in a systematic and scientific way, although they are of vital importance to our behaviour. No doubt, this book represents a unique and timely contribution to the many disciplines concerned with the wonders of perception.The Metamorphoses of Geometry - One of the Sources of Visual Perception and Consciousness JA¼rgen Weber ... To your amazement you will discover that correct answers remain at the chance quota of 33% at the most. ... to date all point in that direction, as does the beginning of childrena#39;s drawing and as do the tests to discover what babies recognize first. ... Chapter 10 The Start of Ornamentation All over the World and at All Times On all five continents ornamentation on householdanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Judgement of the Eye|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|