• Episode 164: High Pass Sharpening

    Updated: 2013-01-31 10:00:17
    : Meet the GIMP Video tutorials for GIMP and other free graphics programs Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home Forum Wiki Table of Contents Getting the older shows About this site and more Impressum Datenschutzerklärung Информация о GIMP на русском Post navigation Previous Next Episode 164 : High Pass Sharpening Posted on July 29, 2011 by Rolf Download the Video 16:13 30.9 MB Download the companion file 49.0 MB Download the torrent file Sharpening is a part of nearly every image processing . Selective sharpening allows to sharpen the important structures without to enhance” the noise in the image . Already in Episode 6 I have shown a way to do this . And here is another way , High Pass Sharpening . It is often used in Photoshop

  • Image Quality Analysis with Mathematica

    Updated: 2013-01-29 23:20:16
    With Mathematica, you can bring new ideas into focus. No one knows that better than Fritz Lebowsky. He’s a senior principal engineer who does image-quality-related algorithm development for STMicroelectronics, a global manufacturer of electronics and semiconductors with advanced image processing technologies. Thanks to Mathematica‘s advanced programming language and computational power, Lebowsky is seeing major advancements [...]

  • A Second Life for Camera Link

    Updated: 2013-01-29 15:00:53
    In my previous post, “Will USB3 Vision overtake Camera Link?”, I questioned the ability of Camera Link to face the challenge raised by USB3 Vision. Since its introduction in 2000, Camera Link has reigned as the “go to” standard for … Continue reading →

  • George Forsythe is inside the default MATLAB image

    Updated: 2013-01-28 21:13:36
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  • Will USB3 Vision overtake Camera Link?

    Updated: 2013-01-23 14:00:09
    After being very visible at the Vision Show (Stuttgart, November 2012), AIA USB3 Vision 1.0 will be released during Automate 2013 this week. This is a significant event for the Machine Vision industry. As I mentioned in a previous blog … Continue reading →

  • A Preview to Color Machine Vision Tutorial @ Automate 2013

    Updated: 2013-01-18 15:30:36
    On January 23, I’ll be presenting a tutorial on Color Machine Vision at the AIA’s Automate Show. Attendees who pass a subsequent examination will become Certified Vision Professionals (CVP). Here are a few key points to pique your interest in … Continue reading →

  • Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB: Data Types

    Updated: 2013-01-15 17:52:27
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  • Smart phones might teach us a lesson

    Updated: 2013-01-08 14:00:38
    The Holiday Season is the time of the year when parents everywhere attend their children’s mini-shows at school. My daughter sings in a children’s choir and I took the opportunity in December to take in her Christmas performance. I am … Continue reading →

  • Lab and Process Automation with Mathematica in Biotech Research

    Updated: 2013-01-03 19:11:23
    From the beginning, the founders of the biotechnology startup Emerald Therapeutics wanted to develop an ideal research platform that would allow for lab and process automation during experiments as well as easy communication of their findings. Brian Frezza, Emerald’s Co-founder and Co-CEO, says Mathematica‘s flexible programming language and interactive notebook environment made it the clear [...]

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