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Ncsdk libraries installation

After successfully installing ncsdk in Raspberry pi, should I need to install opencv, caffe etc using "make example" command or is it enough to install opencv, tensorflow etc using pip command inside another directory other than ncsdk directory.

Thanks in advance
Hashir

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  • Hi @Hashir
    Did you install the API-only version of the NCSDK or the full version?

    Sincerely,
    Sahira

  • edited March 9 Vote Up0Vote Down

    @Sahira_at_Intel ,
    Am trying to install API version from api/src directory, but I got following error for both ncsdk version 2 and version 1.
    Here I'm attaching the error I got. Pls help me to solve this.

    Thanks in advance

  • Hi @Hashir
    I don't think the error log was attached!

    Best Regards,
    Sahira

  • @Sahira_at_Intel , thanks. I solved that issue.
    But after I ran tiny yolo real time object recognition, my webcam shows real-time video without any detection or bounding boxes, why ?

    Pls help me out

  • Hi @Hashir

    Thank you for confirming your installation issue is resolved. Please open a separate thread regarding the object detection issue with additional details (NCSDK Version, VM?, model).

    Regards,
    Jesus

  • @Jesus_at_Intel , actually am following realtime object recognition using tinyYolo done by @PINTO (GitHub). My ncsdk version is version 1 but just API version only not full version. After running tinyYoLO model in my Raspberry pi 3 using movidius, my webcam shows real time live video only not a detection or even without a single bounding box or prediction. Pls help me to get through this.

    Thanks in advance
    Hashir

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