Wolfram U

Serious and Not-So-Serious Image Processing Applications

Estimated Time: 1 h

Course Level: Intermediate

Requirements: The course is for those who have an interest in learning about image processing applications. Basic knowledge of Mathematica is recommended.


This video explains how to use the large range of image processing tools in Wolfram Language to solve problems in different application areas and presents methods to construct robust algorithms for overcoming the stumbling blocks that visual data has to offer. Image processing tasks are visually appealing by their nature, and these examples are more fun because they include some not-so-serious image processing applications.

Featured Products & Technologies: Wolfram Language (available in Mathematica and Wolfram|One)

You'll Learn To

  • Perform image analysis to identify specific components in photographs from a needle-free injection device
  • Convert music scores into Wolfram Language sound note expressions
  • Squeeze, stretch or swap parts of an image
  • Solve a maze using the built-in WatershedComponents function