MultiDNN
Run multiple neural networks in parallel with a tiled display.
By Laurent Ittiitti@usc.eduhttp://jevois.orgGPL v3
 Language: C++Supports mappings with USB output: YesSupports mappings with NO USB output: Yes 
 Video Mapping:   NONE 0 0 0.0 YUYV 640 480 15.0 JeVois MultiDNN
 Video Mapping:   YUYV 640 498 15.0 YUYV 640 480 15.0 JeVois MultiDNN

Module Documentation

See DNN for more details about the JeVois DNN framework.

Edit the module's params.cfg file to select which models to run.

You can load any model at runtime by setting the pipe parameter for each pipeline.

ParameterTypeDescriptionDefaultValid Values
(MultiDNN) gridcv::SizeGrid of networks to run and displaycv::Size(2, 2)-
params.cfg file
# Select width and height of grid:
grid=2 2

# Pipelines are named p0 (top left corner), p1, p2, ... in a horizontal raster scan on screen. For each pipeline, you
# must first set its zoo parameter to a model zoo file (default: models.yml), otherwise it will be left
# unconfigured. Then, select a pipeline from that zoo file by setting the corresponding pipe parameter:

p0:zoo=models.yml
p0:pipe=OpenCV:Detect:OpenCV-Face

p1:zoo=models.yml
p1:pipe=OpenCV:Classify:SqueezeNet

p2:zoo=models.yml
p2:pipe=NPU:Detect:yolov7-tiny-512x288

p3:zoo=models.yml
p3:pipe=NPU:Detect:Yolo-Face-DFP
# or, if you have a Myriad-X:
#p3:pipe=VPU:Detect:pedestrian-and-vehicle-detector-adas-0001

Detailed docs:MultiDNN
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