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TinyYOLO Object Detection Example is Now in the NCAPPZOO Repository

For those interested in object detection with the NCS, there is now an example of Tiny YOLO with NCS in the ncappzoo here: https://github.com/movidius/ncappzoo/tree/master/caffe/TinyYolo

After cloning the repository you'll find the example in the ncappzoo/caffe/TinyYolo directory. Inferences with this network will give you object classifications along with rectangles that specify where the objects are within the original image. See the project's README.md file for more information.

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  • Awesome. Thanks for this well-commented and annotated sample; cleared up a lot for me.

  • is there an example for Tensorflow implementation?

  • is there an example for Tensorflow implementation? Yes there is.

  • May you direct me because i cant find it in the repo.

  • When you install the Movidius tools from Git Hub into workspace there are sub folders.
    One of the folders is called InceptionV3.InceptionV2 Those are Tensorflow examples.
    On the flip side, as I know there is no information on the end to end process. Which is
    Create a graph
    build the graph to export files ( from what I can tell you need two files) look at the arguments for
    mvcscompile
    load those files and compile the files
    Now run that result on your stick.
    I dont see that kind of end to end thing anyplace and am trying to figure it out as well.

  • By the way YOLO is far more interesting since it delivers several inferences simultaneously and bounding regions.
    I think this is what most people think of when they think of object recognition unless they are working on identifying
    things on an assembly line, one at a time.

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