Why do we perceive distant objects as smaller?
Have a query about visualizing objects? Wondering why objects at a distance appear smaller? On this page, find the scientific reasons by experts for this phenomena.
When we see an object we perceive it's size. A big sized object at a significant distance appears smaller while a small object near to us appears bigger.
In short, we perceive far objects as smaller than the near objects.
Can someone explain what is the mechanism in our eyes and brain which helps us in recognizing the size of an object?