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yolo v2 on raspberry pi 3

Hi expert

I am looking for a link to a github repository with version of yolo v2 that can run on raspberry pi 3.

I am runing ncsdk 2.05.00.02.

Thanks,

sojohans

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  • @sojohan You can use the ncappzoo version in the ncsdk2 branch of the appzoo, but you will have to do the Darkflow conversion on a PC in Ubuntu. Normally the appzoo tiny yolo v2 sample app clones the Darkflow github and does the conversion for you, but on the Pi Darkflow doesn't work. Here are the steps to do that:

    1. Clone the appzoo ncsdk2 branch to your PC running Ubuntu.
    2. Go to the ncappzoo/tensorflow/tiny_yolo_v2 folder and do a make compile. You should see a graph file after this is complete.
    3. Transfer the graph file to your Pi and put it in your ncappzoo's ncappzoo/tensorflow/tiny_yolo_v2 folder.
    4. Run the tiny yolo v2 sample using python3 run.py
  • Hi Tome
    Super thanks
    sojohan

  • Hi Tome

    It worked. Do you know if there is a real time example?

    sojohan

  • There isn't but you can just modify the code to use a camera instead of the image. That's about the only change you need to do. Please see the live image classifier sample and use the camera code from this sample for your project.

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