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2D Filternode in AugeLab Studio applies a 2D filter to an input image. It allows you to choose from various pre-defined filter types, such as Emboss, Contour, Sharpen, Edge Detection, Laplacian, and Sobel.
2D Filternode applies a 2D filter to an input image, resulting in a filtered image. The node provides a selection of pre-defined filter types that can be applied to the input image.
- Node Title: 2D Filter
- Node ID: OP_NODE_FILTER
2D Filternode has the following input sockets:
- Image: The input image to apply the 2D filter. Connect an image to this socket.
2D Filternode has the following output socket:
- Filtered Image: The output filtered image.
2D Filternode does not require any additional configuration. The available filter types are pre-defined and provided as options in the node's properties.
2D Filternode provides the following pre-defined filter types:
- Emboss: Applies an embossing effect to the image.
- Contour: Highlights the contours of objects in the image.
- Sharpen: Enhances the sharpness of the image.
- Edge Detection: Detects the edges in the image using various techniques.
- Laplacian: Applies the Laplacian operator to the image.
- Sobel: Applies the Sobel operator in different directions (top, bottom, left, right) to the image.
- 1.Drag and drop the
2D Filternode from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
- 2.Connect the input image to the Image input socket of the
- 3.Choose the desired filter type from the drop-down list in the node's properties.
- 4.Run the pipeline.
2D Filternode will apply the selected filter type to the input image.
- 6.The filtered image will be available at the Filtered Image output socket.
2D Filternode applies the selected filter type to the input image using the
cv2.filter2D()function from the OpenCV library.
- The input image can be either grayscale or color. If a color image is provided, the node will convert it to grayscale before applying the filter.
- The filtered image will have the same dimensions as the input image.
- Experiment with different filter types to achieve the desired image enhancement or feature extraction effects.
That concludes the documentation for the
2D Filternode in AugeLab Studio. This node provides a convenient way to apply various 2D filters to an input image.