NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by jeremy882 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:43 pm

seeed622 wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 1:15 am
This processor has an amazing APU ( audio processing unit ) that is capable of handling ( 8 ) 192 khz audio streams with hardware accelerated FWT processing. It would be a shame not to have a way to access those features via I2S. It would make an amazing engine for processing high-end audio, especially in combination with the Pi.
Indeed. And thanks for precvious feedback in this forum, we added an on-board microphone, and we have also breaked out I2S of the processpr to Raspberry Pi 40-Pin connector.

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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by jeremy882 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:49 pm

hitmanarky wrote:
Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:59 am
Please consider adding a camera that is ideal for future machine vision applications. At the moment Pregius Gen 3 Global Shutter CMOS is the my favorite. :)

https://www.sony-semicon.co.jp/products ... egius.html

What do you expect from a good machine vision camera?

* Accurate color reproduction
* No chromatic aberration
* Good low light performance
* Interchangeable lens with mount system
* High frame rate upto 120 fps
* Ability to access and change the parameters of the camera settings (white balance etc)

For conservation projects, the embedded vision camera need specific requirements.

Camera with IR cut filter / IR-white-red flash /star light camera are ideal.
We will have a beginner kit for this Grove AI HAT soon and will include a camera in the kit. The idea is to include the camera that is being used by those Sipeed boards because it is cost-effective and can handle basic tasks. The Sony cameras can be great accessories to be purchased separately for higher level usage.
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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by andriyadi » Tue Apr 30, 2019 4:01 pm

Good progress.

What about connector for external 6 Mic Array that's already available for Maix, is it already there? Would be great to have it.

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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by jeremy882 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 4:51 pm

An update: Face Recognition Demo using Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Raspberry Pi

https://youtu.be/5BF3ExL1HOQ

https://project.seeedstudio.com/SeeedSt ... -pi-3e100f

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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by ronwagner » Tue Jul 16, 2019 10:27 am

Artificial intelligence technology has been applied in various fields. Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing is a surprising news .And l want to share some discussions about AI : https://docsbay.net/ai-at-the-edge-the- ... -of-things

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Re: NEW Releasing: Grove AI HAT for Edge Computing and Look forward to your ideas!

Post by tristan.mumford » Wed Jul 17, 2019 5:02 am

I don't know if it will work for anyone else. I put this together yesterday.

https://github.com/experimentech/kendryte-toolchain-arm

It's based on the native toolchain, so it may need some libraries installed as per the Kendryte-gnu-toolchain installation instructions. Or it may not work at all for others.
I have used it on my RPi3 and Jetson nano so far to build, upload and run some example sketches.


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