Prerequisite: Image representation in MATLAB
In MATLAB, Images are stored in matrices, in which each element of the matrix corresponds to a single discrete pixel of the image. We can flip the given image vertically (along the x-axis), if we reverse the order of the pixels (elements of the matrix) in each column as illustrated in the below image.
Code #1: Using MATLAB Library function
Code #2: Using matrix manipulation
Code #3: Using matrix manipulation (Using loops)
- Read the source image file in MATLAB environment
- Get the Dimensions of the image matrix
- Reverse the order of the elements of each column in every image plane
- Display the water image (vertically flipped image).
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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