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There are various depth cues which occur within our bodies and within the environment or pictures. Those which occur within our bodies are known as primary depth cues and those in the environment or pictures are called secondary depth cues. Another distinction is whether the depth cue involves the use of one eye, monocular, or the use of both eyes, binocular. There are many depth cues which we utilise in the process, however, you only need to know the following for the exam.
retinal disparity convergence
height in the visual field