Jetpack 3.0 seems to have loaded. Yay. Lots of cool tools, some of which I’ve never heard of but I’ve been out of the AI game for a while. Boo.
To use a desktop Linux box (yeah, made a separate boot for Ubuntu but I much rather Debian) for the actual learning, do I load the JetPack 3.0 onto the Ubuntu partition? How do I tell it not to involve the TX2 this time? (Different, MUCH faster machine than the one I used to also load the TX2, being unsure of what the JetPack script might do to the host.)
For now, I want to do obstacle avoidance using the TX2 and realsense R200. Once trained on the PC, what specific file(s) do I transfer to the Tx2 for it to compare the live images to? Basically, train on the PC and deploy on the TX2. One assumes this is physically possible. :)
Which tool(s) do you recommend to do the training with, assuming some short videos combined with still photos in the training set? The TX2 will be expected, in real time, to take live input from the R200 to bump against those pre-trained trained obstacles.