Gold Spider SEM sample Sharp



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English: A spider coated in gold to prepare it as a specimen for Scanning electron microscopy. This item was on display at the Australian Museum in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Example of using three 2D discrete convolutions to sharpen an image. The filter used is shown.
Date 2011-02-25 12:33 (UTC)

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33° 52' 27.08" S, 151° 12' 47.53" E

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% Filters picture using 2D finite discrete convolution. By Tinos.


% User Input

% Input

% Create Filter
% Filt=fspecial('gaussian',10,1);   % Blur
Filt=fspecial('unsharp');           % Sharp

% Filter image

% Convert to integer

% Output

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