Webcast provides insight into imaging software

Webcast provides insight into imaging software

A new free-to-attend webcast from Vision Systems Design will provide an overview of machine vision software.

In the webcast, Tom Brennan, the President of Artemis Vision (Denver, CO, USA) will discuss how images are represented in software, and explore concepts such as color space, frequency domain, and image compression.

During his presentation, he will also describe the arithmetic operators used for rotation, warping and sharpening as well as the algorithms used to analyze blobs and patterns.

The one hour webcast -- "Success with Machine Vision Software" -- will take place on February 12 2013 at 11:00am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). You can register to attend here.

-- Dave Wilson, Senior Editor, Vision Systems Design

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