According to https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sipeed-maix-the-world-first-risc-v-64-ai-module/x/20442306#/, the MAIX supports tiny-yolo. However, I couldn’t find any further information in the documentation. Are there any examples on how to get it runnning? Thanks!
Hi Tobias - I’ve not gotten that far yet with my board, but I believe what you are looking for can be found here: https://github.com/kendryte/kendryte-standalone-demo/tree/develop/kpu.
There are some good notes also about how to build and load models (using yolo as an example) in the model-compiler repository as well: https://github.com/kendryte/kendryte-model-compiler/blob/master/How%20to%20Use%20Kendryte%20Model%20Compiler.md
Note that these are generic Kendryte chip repositories, so some tweaking to match your specific MAIX peripheral config might be required.
Hi again - After doing a bit more exploring, I believe the “ai_demo_sim” example is probably using a yolo cnn model as well: https://github.com/sipeed/LicheeDan_K210_examples/tree/master/src/ai_demo_sim
If you just want to see something working and don’t care about tweaking or retraining then probably building and installing this would be your quickest option.
Hi，please refer to https://maixpy.sipeed.com/zh/libs/Maix/kpu.html
you can use micropython to run yolo2!
The example kpu-examples work quite well, but the current maixpy build (http://dl.sipeed.com/MAIX/MaixPy/release/maixpy_v0.1.1_beta.bin) doesn’t include the kpu module. In order to run the examples on your board, you need to build the bin yourself. Follow the thread: [ HELP ] unrecognized opcode `fmv.d.x f0,x0' in order to use the correct toolchain, otherwise you won’t be able to build the bin.
Ah, I didn’t see this - it would be good to also link this binary in https://github.com/sipeed/MaixPy/releases for all users which follow https://maixpy.sipeed.com/zh/get_started/upgrade_firmware.html
Thanks, @mwilkinson, @Zepan, and @frdnd for the help. I upgraded to firmware maixpy_beta_0.2.0.zip and tried to run the examples given on https://maixpy.sipeed.com/zh/libs/Maix/kpu.html. However, the model address (offset) seems to be wrong:
>>> task = kpu.load(0xd00000) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> ValueError: [MAIXPY]kpu: load error -2
Any ideas? Thanks!
Hi, please upgrade to newest 0.2.4 firmware in github