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Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

In our first webinar on this topic, we learned that images taken with a light microscope are never quite a perfect representation of our samples. There are always sources of error, and as we can only minimize such errors, not eliminate them, the raw data of an imaging experiment will often need some digital image processing before final image analysis.

In our second webinar on this topic, we’ll introduce and demonstrate advanced digital image processing techniques such as deconvolution, provide an overview of image analysis, and offer some useful tips and tricks.

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Heiko Gäthje
Senior Trainer, Training Academy

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Webinar FAQs | Digital image processing part 2

Are high pass and low pass always performed on a transformed image?

Yes—there will always be a Fourier transformation in the background because you can only distinguish between high and low frequencies when you are in the frequency domain.

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

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Ask the Experts: Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter

In our first webinar on this topic, we learned that images taken with a light microscope are never quite a perfect representation of our samples. There are always sources of error, and as we can only minimize such errors, not eliminate them, the raw data of an imaging experiment will often need some digital image processing before final image analysis.

In our second webinar on this topic, we’ll introduce and demonstrate advanced digital image processing techniques such as deconvolution, provide an overview of image analysis, and offer some useful tips and tricks.

FAQ

Webinar FAQs | Digital image processing part 2

Are high pass and low pass always performed on a transformed image?

Yes—there will always be a Fourier transformation in the background because you can only distinguish between high and low frequencies when you are in the frequency domain.

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Heiko Gäthje
培训学院高级培训师
Olympus Europa

大家好,我叫Heiko Gäthje。我在担任生物学家时开始获得宽视场和共聚焦荧光显微镜以及3D数据图像处理方面的专业知识,当时的研究重点是昆虫的神经元发育和哺乳动物唾液酸结合神经元蛋白质的结构。

我于2004年加入奥林巴斯,自2008年以来一直担任奥林巴斯学院的显微培训师,负责介绍数字学习工具的概念和使用。我还支持并参与EMBL海德堡大学和苏黎世冬季高级显微技术学校举办的显微学培训课程,回答诸多与图像处理和图像分析有关的问题。

Digital Image Processing Part 2: Advanced Image Processing Filter2021年11月29日
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