I wanted to test the new landmarks-detection model on my software (https://docs.openvino.ai/latest/omz_models_model_facial_landmarks_98_detection_0001.html)
as I use Openvino Toolkit for its development.
The output of this model is a 1x98x16x16 matrix, which is described as location heatmaps for 98 points in the documentation. I have some trouble with handling this output as I've done a research about how a location heatmap could be parsed into (x,y) coordinates to be displayed on an image and didn't found any way to make a progress. I also researched about superimposing a heatmap on the base image but this model gives a regions for specific points not the heatmap of a whole image containing landmark points as I understood.
Could you give me any ideas about how could I handle this output, please.
Thanks for your quick reply.
Now I am facing VPU(MYRIAD) detection issue on my device, as after my latest installation of new version and doing all required configurations mentioned in documentation it doesn't show me MYRIAD available after running ./INSTAL_DIR/samples/python/hello_query_device/hello_query_device.py script.
After first run of the script it crashes with Runtime error.
After second run it shows CPU, GPU, GNA and HDDL without MYRIAD.
Could you help me out with this issue, please. I am also attaching pictures of terminal messages of the script.
VPU devices include Intel® Neural Compute Stick (supported by MYRIAD Plugin) and
Intel® Vision Accelerator Design with Intel® Movidius™ VPUs (supported by the HDDL Plugin). However, MYRIAD plugin is unable to run inferencing with HDDL plugin together. Hence, MYRIAD is not being detected after running the HDDL Plugin backend service (hddldaemon).
You can run inferencing with HDDL plugin instead of MYRIAD plugin as you have Intel® Vision Accelerator Design with Intel® Movidius™ VPUs on your host machine.
If you wish to run inferencing with MYRIAD plugin, kill the HDDL Plugin backend service (hddldaemon) and reset all Intel® Movidius™ VPUs before running an application that uses the MYRIAD Plugin:
kill -9 $(pidof hddldaemon autoboot)
pidof hddldaemon autoboot # Make sure none of them is alive
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