March 22, 2012 AT 10:52 am

Using Image Processing in Mathematica to Find Waldo

Where’s Waldo? Let’s ask Mathematica. An amazing little exchange over at StackOverflow about using Mathematica to process an image to locate the elusive Waldo by searching for his shirt pattern. No doubt this could easily be extended to MatLab/Octave or possibly even Maple. The first answer (by Heike) is a gem…

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  1. Just say no to maple…

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