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Object Classification on Arduino

Unread postPosted:Tue Apr 27, 2021 1:41 am
by Gray Neil
We have been using the Huskylen since kickstarter days across a range of platforms and applications. It is a fantastic device.

My students are currently doing a project to automatically sort a recycling stream into different types of materials.

We are using a Huskylens interfaced via I2C into an Arduino.

The Husklens has been loaded with the classification firmware and successfully trained for the objects.

I have been able to get it running using a micro:bit programmed in MakeCode.

Unfortunately the sample code for Arduino seems to only return ID1 regardless of the object being correctly detected by the Huskylens.

Can anyone please provide assistance?

Re: Object Classification on Arduino

Unread postPosted:Fri Apr 30, 2021 6:28 am
by 347945801
You can try Mind+, which is similar to makecode, and you may be able to find arduino ideas from it.

Re: Object Classification on Arduino

Unread postPosted:Mon May 10, 2021 12:43 am
by Gray Neil
This is getting very frustrating

I downloaded the Mind+ software and see how it would work.

I found a tutorial on using the Huskylens but the options in the tutorial were not available to me (domestic software only ?)

All I need in one working sample showing the Hushlens working on Arduino in Object Classification mode. The existing sample code does not work.

Can anyone help?

Re: Object Classification on Arduino

Unread postPosted:Wed May 12, 2021 8:50 am
by nana.wang
You can try the example in the picture.
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