A low-cost, accurate method of producing large quantities of digitally filtered images
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We demonstrate how to produce complex image transformations of bitmap files for vision experiments using the Cogimatic Vision Starter Kit (VSK) library of mathematical routines along with Visual Basic, C++, or the Delphi Pascal compiler. Implementing this system on an IBM-compatible PC running Windows 95, 98, or NT4 enables researchers to quickly and economically manipulate images for vision research. The VSK includes a simple stand-alone image-processing application. In addition, VSK has the ability to automate image transformations and to fully integrate image processing into new experimental software on the PC platform.
Scott-Brown, K.C. and Jordan, T.R. 2000. A low-cost, accurate method of producing large quantities of digitally filtered images. Behavior Research Methods. 32(3): pp.458-463. Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/BF03200816