Image Recognition Methods
These are then combined into a single result by squaring the value of each
pixel from the X result, adding that to the square of the corrisponding pixel
in the Y result, and then taking the square root of that. We can also take
each Y pixel and divide it by the X pixel then take the arc tangent of that
to find the angle of the edge at that point.
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