Steve on Image Processing

New online documentation system for R2015a 8

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Earlier this month we shipped R2015a, the first of our two regularly scheduled annual releases. Typically, when there's a new release, I spend some time talking about features that interest me. The feature I want to mention today, though, is a little unusual because it benefits users who haven't even... read more >>

MATLAB, Landsat 8, and AWS Public Data Sets

Posted by Steve Eddins,

A few weeks ago, a fellow developer pulled me into his office to show me something he had been working on. It was very cool! Even better, it's now available for you to try. I'd like to introduce guest blogger Bruce Tannenbaum, product marketing manager for image processing and test... read more >>

About that dress … 13

Posted by Steve Eddins,

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This afternoon my wife looked at me with an expression indicating she was convinced that I had finally gone completely and irrevocably crazy.... read more >>

Divergent colormaps 4

Posted by Steve Eddins,

I promised earlier to post about divergent colormaps. A divergent colormap is usually constructed by concatenating two colormaps together that have different color schemes.... read more >>

Time zone terminology 2

Posted by Steve Eddins,

An email thread about a date-related design question had me thinking about terminology this week. (Note: There's nothing about image processing in today's post. Sorry!)... read more >>

A New Colormap for MATLAB – Part 3 – Some Reactions 15

Posted by Steve Eddins,

I hesitated for some time today about where to go next in my discussion about the new default colormap in MATLAB. I finally decided to spend a little time on the reactions so far. Those reactions have ranged from "Great, what took you so long?" to "I hate it; give... read more >>

ICIP 2014 2

Posted by Steve Eddins,

Next week I'll be at ICIP 2014. That's the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing in Paris. ... read more >>

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