Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scene when you take a picture with your digital camera? Digital cameras perform a number of processing steps, referred to as a pipeline, to convert raw data from an image sensor into a high quality image. The output quality of a pipeline is highly dependent on the combination of optics, image sensor, and other design details of a given digital camera. Each digital camera design requires unique adjustments to maximize image quality.
In this webinar, we introduce a typical digital camera pipeline and use MATLAB to design and test it with images from a specific digital camera. In addition to MATLAB, we use Image Processing Toolbox, Curve Fitting Toolbox, Parallel Computing Toolbox, and other products.
Prior experience with MATLAB is required for this webinar.
Presenter: Stephanie Kwan
Recorded: 13 Jun 2011
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