From birth to the age of 2 to 5, the human eye gets trained in the brain
to understand the depth of vision. The illusions created by perspective
lines are called as "Ponzo- illusion". Relative size is another
clue to judge the depth. There is a greater tendency to assume smaller
objects than there are in case of larger objects. Superimposition also
can create effect of depth. Familiar size is also a strong depth clue.
Shadow is an important depth clue.
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