Attributes of visual perception

Attributes of visual perception are the innate abilities, and the skills we develop over the course of a lifetime, that enable us to make sense of what we see. They are evident in the diverse properties of the world we see around us.

About attributes of visual perception

Innate attributes of visual perception associated with the response of the human eye and brain to light include:

  • Colour perception: The ability to see differences in colour in the presence of light including all the greys between black and white.
  • Visual attention: The ability to focus on important visual information and filter out unimportant background information.
  • Sensory processing: Accurate registration, interpretation and response through the coordination of visual information with other forms of sensory stimulation.
  • Visual discrimination: The ability to recognise differences or similarities in objects based on size, colour, shape, etc.
  • Spatial relationships: The ability to understand the relationships of objects, particularly their distance, direction of movement and position relative to an observer.
  • Figure-ground: The ability to locate something against a busy background.
  • Form constancy: The ability to know that a form or shape is the same, even if it becomes larger or smaller, or its orientation changes.
  • Visual closure: The ability to recognise a form or object when part of it is hidden or missing.
  • Visual memory: The ability to recall visual traits of a form or object.
  • Visual sequential memory: The ability to recall a sequence of objects in the correct order.
References
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visual_perception
  • https://www.seevividly.com/info/Binocular_Vision/Visual_Skills