Martha gazes out the window of a moving train. Billboards, telephone poles, and other objects near the railway track move past Martha very quickly, while objects in the distance move slowly. This illustrates the depth cue of:________.


  1. This illustrates the depth cue of: motion parallax.


    Parallax is an uprooting or contrast in the clear situation of an item saw along two unique views, and is estimated by the edge or semi-edge of tendency between those two lines.

    Motion parallax is a monocular profundity sign emerging from the overall speeds of articles moving over the retinae of a moving individual. The term parallax alludes to an adjustment in position. In this way, movement parallax is an adjustment in position brought about by the development of the watcher.

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