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Processing Camera data from an Android phone via WiFi on a server equipped with a Movidius Stick

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Hello,

 

I would like to use my Android camera and send video data to a Linux Ubuntu server where I have the Movidius doing the video the processing work for object recognition.

 

My initial idea is to use the ncappzoo stream_infer as a starting point. Except that instead of reading data from /dev/video, it reads from an IP socket.

 

The idea is that the Android phone sends its video data to that socket using an App I have to build.

 

I am struggling with what would be the most _efficient_ way, in terms of latency, to obtain the video data from the Android camera and to apply it to the Movidius in a supported format.

 

What would be the recommendations to accomplish this ?

 

Has anyone tried to do this ?

 

Thanks !

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