JetsonHacks

Developing on NVIDIA® Jetson™ for AI on the Edge

Month: September 2017

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In this quick tip, we install a package so that we can read SD Cards that are formatted for cameras and Windows machines. Looky here: When you insert a SD […]
At a recent MIT/Lincoln Labs 2017 Beaver Works Summer Institute Seminar, Ariel Anders gave a lecture on visual servoing control systems with regards to mobile robot navigation. Looky here: Background […]
The last few articles we’ve been building TensorFlow packages which support Python. The packages are now in a Github repository, so we can install TensorFlow without having to build it […]
At a recent MIT/Lincoln Labs 2017 Beaver Works Summer Institute Seminar, Sertac Karaman gave a lecture on low-level robot vision. Looky here: Background With the advent of the digital camera, […]
Note: This article has been deprecated. Please see: Build TensorFlow on NVIDIA Jetson TX Development Kits In this article, we will build TensorFlow v1.3.0 on the Jetson TX1 running L4T […]
Note: This article has been deprecated. Please see: Build TensorFlow on NVIDIA Jetson TX Development Kits In this article, we will build and install TensorFlow v1.3.0 on the Jetson TX2 […]
In this article, we build a simple demonstration of a Canny Edge Detector using OpenCV, Python, and the onboard camera of the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Development Kit. Looky here: Background […]
At a recent MIT/Lincoln Labs 2017 Beaver Works Summer Institute Seminar, Ariel Anders gave a lecture on route planning with regards to mobile robot navigation. Looky here: Background There are […]
Note: This article has been superseded. Please see Build OpenCV 3.4 with CUDA on NVIDIA Jetson TX1. With the deprecation of OpenCV4Tegra in L4T 28.1, developers may want to build […]

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