05 3D Animation - Human Eye

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05 3D Animation - Human Eye - Quiz

It is very interesting that the human eye may seem small from the outside but you can be surprised of how big it is if extracted. How much do you know about the eye? Find out below.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

     Sclera The sclera is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball.This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye". Pupil The pupil is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the pupil decreases (or increases) correspondingly. Iris The iris is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye. Lens The lens of the eye is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers. Cornea The cornea is a strong clear bulge located at the front of the eye.The cornea contributes to the image-forming process by refracting light entering the eye. 

  • 2. 

    What is the objective for this assignment?

    • A.

      To master how to animate the visibility of objects

    • B.

      To master camera movement

    • C.

      To master character animation

    • D.

      To master 3 Point Lighting

    Correct Answer
    A. To master how to animate the visibility of objects
    Explanation
    The objective of this assignment is to learn how to animate the visibility of objects. This means that the assignment focuses on teaching the student how to make objects appear or disappear in an animated sequence. By mastering this skill, the student will be able to effectively control the visibility of objects in their animations, adding depth and dimension to their work.

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  • 3. 

    Which answer below describes the sclera?

    • A.

      Is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball. This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye".

    • B.

      Is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the of this part of the eye decreases (or increases) correspondingly.

    • C.

      Is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye.

    • D.

      Is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.

    Correct Answer
    A. Is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball. This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye".
    Explanation
    The sclera is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eyeball. It is commonly known as the "white of the eye" due to its appearance.

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  • 4. 

    Which answer below describes the pupil?

    • A.

      Is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the of this part of the eye decreases (or increases) correspondingly.

    • B.

      Is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball. This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye".

    • C.

      Is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye.

    • D.

      Is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.

    Correct Answer
    A. Is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the of this part of the eye decreases (or increases) correspondingly.
    Explanation
    The correct answer describes the pupil as the aperture through which light enters the eye. It explains that the iris forms the pupil, and as the size of the iris changes, the size of the pupil also changes. This is important because the size of the pupil affects the amount of light that enters the eye, ultimately influencing the clarity and quality of the images that we see and perceive.

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  • 5. 

    Which answer below describes the iris?

    • A.

      Is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye.

    • B.

      Is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball. This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye".

    • C.

      Is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the of this part of the eye decreases (or increases) correspondingly.

    • D.

      Is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.

    Correct Answer
    A. Is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye.
    Explanation
    The iris is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is responsible for regulating the size of the pupil, which is the aperture through which light enters the eye. The iris contracts or expands to adjust the size of the pupil, allowing more or less light to enter the eye. This function helps in maintaining optimal vision in different lighting conditions. Additionally, the iris is easily visible and can vary in color, making it the most noticeable part of the eye.

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  • 6. 

    Which answer below describes the lens?

    • A.

      Is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.

    • B.

      Is a tough white sheath around the outside of the eye-ball. This is the part of the eye that is referred to by the colloquial terms "white of the eye".

    • C.

      Is the aperture through which light - and hence the images we "see" and "perceive" - enters the eye. This is formed by the iris. As the size of the iris increases (or decreases) the size of the of this part of the eye decreases (or increases) correspondingly.

    • D.

      Is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that enters into the eye. It is the most visible part of the eye.

    Correct Answer
    A. Is a flexible unit that consists of layers of tissue enclosed in a tough capsule. It is suspended from the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers.
    Explanation
    The lens is a flexible unit that is made up of layers of tissue and is enclosed in a tough capsule. It is connected to the ciliary muscles by the zonule fibers, which allow it to change shape and focus light onto the retina.

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