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Halcon 9.0 user seminars well attended

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The Halcon 9.0 user seminars, which took place in Kyoto, Nagoya, and Tokyo, Japan on 25-27 February 2009, have been well attended with 600 participants spread over the three events.

Training focused on the innovations of Halcon 9.0 machine vision software from MVTec including speedups for Halcon's automatic operator parallelisation, matching technologies for perspective distortions, features for 3D vision, and the processing of extremely large images of more than 32k x 32k pixels.

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