I have a similar issue, where I can only handle python 2.7 on RPI, because I want to use ROS. Even though the release note on version V1.09 says the API supports python2.7, it looks like the results for some networks like inception are not what you expect. Any idea why python3 versus python2.7 return different results?
@sradmard You may want to check out https://github.com/intel/ros_intel_movidius_ncs if you are interested in using ROS with the NCS. Regarding the error with Python 2.7 and other networks like InceptionV1, it may have to do with the line of code involving the standard deviation in run.py. There is a bug in the code when running with python 2. The line of code I'm referring to is
std = 1/128. You should be able to fix this by changing this line of code to
std = 1.0/128.0. I believe it has to do with Python 2 defaulting to an integer data type.