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Driving Pi


This app does autonomous LEGO car driving by classifying road segmentation and object detection for traffic light using Intel Movidius Neural Compute Stick 2.


The app requires the following hardware:

  1. 1 x Raspberry Pi 3B+*
  2. 1 x Intel ® Neural Compute Stick 2 (NCS 2)
  3. 1 x BrickPi 3 - DEXTER
  4. 1 x Web camera (USB) OR CameraPi
  6. BrickStuff (for traffic light)
  7. LEGO Roads set

## Setup First, setup the Raspberry Pi3 and the BrickPi3: Get started
After installing the boards, start building the LEGO car using LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 KIT: step-by-step
Instead of using the LEGO Mindstorm Controller, attach the Pi+BrickPi to the car.
Build your LEGO road, and setup the traffic light on it.


How to run the sample

To run the sample, change directory to the birds application folder and use the command:

make run

Alternatively, run the Python script directly for more options:

python3 -h

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Provided Makefile has various targets that help with the above mentioned tasks.

make run

Runs the sample application.

make help

Shows available targets.

make all

Builds and/or gathers all the required files needed to run the application.

make data

Gathers all of the required data need to run the sample.

make deps

Builds all of the dependencies needed to run the sample.

make install-reqs

Checks required packages that aren’t installed as part of the OpenVINO installation.

make uninstall-reqs

Uninstalls requirements that were installed by the sample program.

make clean

Removes all the temporary files that are created by the Makefile.

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