Control of Vision
Intermediate Level Vision
There are quite a number of visual analyses carried
out by the brain that is categorized as intermediate level vision.
Included are our ability to identify objects when they undergo various
transformations, when they are partially occluded, to perceive them the
same when they undergo change in size and perspective, to put them into categories,
to learn to recognize new objects upon repeated encounter, and to select
objects in the visual scene by looking at them or reaching for them.