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Online image processing

Media Cybernetics has added a tool to its website that enables individuals to upload their images and receive a free image processing consultation. 

This new image upload feature gives researchers the opportunity to describe their imaging challenge and receive feedback on how they can accomplish their desired outcome using image processing tools.

This tool allows Media Cybernetics’ representatives to consult with and train researchers using their own images - resulting in a reduced learning curve. Researchers can improve their research processes through the use of image analysis techniques, including counting objects, tracking the movement of objects, rendering in three dimensions, applying measurements, removing blur, or aligning images. 

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