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Wolfram Language Image Processing Virtual Workshop

Held on October 13 and June 23, 2015

Wolfram image processing experts show you how to use built-in Wolfram Language capabilities to process and analyze images. Learn how to tackle problems involving images, no matter your current level of familiarity with image processing or the Wolfram Language.

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Workshop Highlights

Wolfram Language One-Liners for Image Processing Shadi Ashnai Identify pictures, detect people, classify images, read text, segment blobs, and more in just a single line of code. Using built-in data, even the most complicated tasks can be completed in just a few lines.
Measuring the Heartbeat via Video Processing Markus van Almsick Extract the pulse of a person in a video sequence using an ordinary built-in camera and the Wolfram Language. This talk walks you through the project workflow of a real-world image processing application, including video acquisition and stabilization, skin and face detection, color demixing, and signal processing.
An Overview of 2D and 3D Image Processing Shadi Ashnai & Markus van Almsick Explore the scope of image processing capabilities in the Wolfram Language. This talk covers classical and state-of-the-art algorithms as well as function categories, including morphological processing, color analysis, image filtering, segmentation, geometric transformations, feature detection, and computer vision.

Featured Speakers

Shadi Ashnai
Shadi Ashnai Manager, Image Processing
Markus van Almsick
Markus van Almsick Consultant