@ideallyworld Thanks for your interest. I recommend starting with the hello_ncs apps (Python and C++ versions are available). These apps show you how to enumerate, open, and close an NCS device. Please take a look at the hello ncs python app from the ncappzoo.
Next you can also take a look at the NCS GoogLeNet app code and use it as a reference for creating your own app that includes running an inference on the NCS.
You can also refer to this blog for more information about using the NCSDK API.
Please note that these examples are for NCSDK 1. You can view the NCSDK 2 versions by switching to the NCSDK 2 branch of the ncappzoo. https://github.com/movidius/ncappzoo/tree/ncsdk2.
For more information about migrating NCSDK 1 apps to NCSDK 2 please visit the https://movidius.github.io/ncsdk/ncapi/python_api_migration.html for Python and https://movidius.github.io/ncsdk/ncapi/c_api_migration.html for C++.
Thank you very much for your repl;y. I got it and have try it with NCSDK 1. And all is OK. Now I want to upgrade to the NCSDK2 from NCSDK1 . I meet some errors for this . Is there any official step index about the upgrading ? Thank you very much!@Tome_at_Intel
@ideallyworld You can visit https://movidius.github.io/ncsdk/index.html#NcSdkTools and scroll down to the Python/C++ migration doc. If you are using Python, you can use the ncapi_shim to quickly adapt your NCSDK1 project to NCSDK 2 using just 2 lines of code. More information can be found at: https://github.com/movidius/ncappzoo/tree/ncsdk2/ncapi2_shim.
@Tome_at_Intel Thanks，The video_objects application pass through W/ NCSDK1 ( 2 lines of code . More information can be found at: https://github.com/movidius/ncappzoo/tree/ncsdk2/ncapi2_shim.) . And I
get the video result.