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From: Ethan Montag <edmpci@rit.edu>
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Subject: Using MATLAB for presentations
Date: Wed, 28 May 1997 15:59:37 -0400
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Now that MATLAB 5.0 has truecolor, I can not only generate images (with
very large color maps) but I can also display them.

I would like to take advantage of this and use MATLAB to present images
for my research.  However, I would like to remove menus and frames and
present images on black or other colored backgrounds.  I would also like
to be able to record responses while this is going on (key presses,
mouse button, etc).

Is there a way to do this in MATLAB or with a MEX file someone has
written?  (My platform is the power Mac.)
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Ethan D. Montag																	edmpci@rit.edu
Munsell Color Science Lab									716-475-5096
Center for Imaging Science								FAX:716-475-5988
Rochester, NY 14623-5604