|12 February 2013|
|Free to attend.|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Tom Brennan, President, Artemis Vision|
This webcast will provide an overview of machine vision from the perspective of software. It will discuss how images are represented in software, and explore the operation of concepts such as color space, frequency domain, and image compression.
This live, interactive presentation will discuss arithmetic for images, including kernels and transforms for such common morphologies as rotation, warping and sharpening. In addition, it will examine the application of mathematics for computation of results that are useful for machine vision, along with analysis of blobs and patterns, and direct computations vs. learning-based approaches.
The webcast will incorporate examples of each principle discussed, and offer suggestions for use of each software tool. Through the interactive Q&A session, audience members will have opportunity to learn how this information could be used for their own applications. Please join Vision Systems Design and our sponsor Matrox Imaging for this informative webcast presented by
|Tom Brennan President Artemis Vision|
Established in 1976, Matrox Imaging is a leading developer of component-level solutions for machine vision, image analysis, medical imaging, and video surveillance. Products include frame grabbers, vision processors, imaging computers, industrial and smart cameras, and application development software. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Matrox is a privately held company with offices in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, and Hong Kong. For more company information, visit www.matrox.com.