I'm following the instructions from the "Building Open Model Zoo Demos on Raspberry Pi*" link and when I get the Release "open_model_zoo.git" as shown, there is no "object_detection_demo_ssd_async" demo as well as some others. There is a "object_detection_demo" so I perhaps the Object Detection Demos have been put into a single demo. As a result, the demo for "object_detection_demo_ssd_async" shown on the "Building Open Model Zoo Demos on Raspberry Pi*" is not possible.
This is the link I am following:
This is a link to the most recent demos:
These do appear in the 2019 Release though but I am not sure if this compatible with OpenVINO ToolKit 2021.2:
I have checked in OpenVINO Toolkit documentation and the object_detection_demo_ssd_async is no longer available starting on OpenVINO version 2019_R2 and forward. The list of the demos in Github that you see is the only demos that available for the latest OpenVINO Toolkit. Hence, The demo that you found on the 2019 release might not compatible with the latest version.
I am not sure if the link I had referenced is a static page or not, however the example listed there is not valid for the current version of Open Model Zoo.
In previous releases there were several object_detection_demo in OMZ, one for async mode, one to demonstrate yolov3 model and so on. In OpenVINO 2021.2 we have combined these into single object_detection_demo (it has two implementation, one on C++ and other one on Python). There were also other changes in unification of command line parameters and so on, please carefully read demo readme. Hope this help.
I understand that. However, the example in the link I referenced still shows the use of object_detection_demo_ssd_async
I am not sure if this is a static example or not, but it if it is , it would be nice if it were updated.
Okay, fair enough.
The page you referenced is really no better and the object_detection_sample_ssd example is a bit confusing with how it is described.
I'll open another issue for that.
I think this one is down.
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