This is particularly hard, because e.g. for objects further away something is detected in frame 1, but not anymore in frame 10 (noise, lighting conditions, ...). If you want something like this, you would defintely need object tracking. I saw this with my Google Coral implementation too (and am working on object tracking).@gentle Pumpkin
2 children are playing in the yard and there are parked 2 cars
Everytime i get 1 or 2 person and the same car.
But info for car position we allready have from previous detection.
it would be cool that Aitool looked previous snapshot rectangles position and if on new snapshot are detections almost on the same position, it should ignore them.(it differs for no more then 5 for each rectangle position limit number
AItool detected 2 persons and false detected car
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Yes I am waiting for CUDA w/ wsl2 support in docker windows. which is coming later this year for deepstackgpu before I make the switch. Thanks for all the bringing the Docker support.Yes, it does. I had that working before I switched to my Docker implementation that natively supports MQTT.
I just updated the software because there was a bug. When after the first analysis more images were found and analyzed, the program would not delete them.
I'm sorry, I was unclearIf you confirmed that Deepstack silently crashed you can eigther try to resolve thr problem in accordance with the Windows log, or just install the Docker version.
Make sure you are exposing port 83 on the Docker container. By default Docker does not expose ports, you have to explicitly allow them to be used.This is pretty neat, and I am looking forward to getting it working. Win10 running with HomeAssistant via VBOX, I followed along with the video from "The Hook Up" on the installation with Portainer. The deployment would fail using the UI, so I downloaded the container via terminal. This download failed a few times during unpacking one compressed file, but after a couple of tries it was successful. I was then able to find the container via the Portainer UI and complete the set up. I can access the Deepstack UI just fine, but I too am getting the "ERROR: Processing the following image 'E:\AIinput/DriveWay_West_SD.20200612_173229102.jpg' failed. Can't reach DeepQuestAI Server at http://:192.168.1.98:83.
My processor supports AVX, but figured I would give the NOAVX version a try. Same issue downloading, finally got it ok, and once installed the AI Tool is giving me the same error. I even tried installed the windows version as a localhost and still get the same.
I am new to HomeAssistant, Linux, VBox and might be missing something more basic in the installation. Thoughts on what else might be causing my issue?
Appreciate the assist. In Portainer when I set up the container I did the "port configuration" so that 0.0.0.0:83>> 5000/tcp - assuming that exposes the port? Also visiting the actual 192.168.1.xxx:83 does show that Deepstack is running. Finally, figuring I may be missing something basic like this in the set up so I tried the Windows exe localhost and have the same issueMake sure you are exposing port 83 on the Docker container. By default Docker does not expose ports, you have to explicitly allow them to be used.
Ditch the deepstack AI Windows program and run it in docker instead. I had so many issues running the windows version randomly stopping processing images, since moving to docker it's been working reliably for days now. No issues at all.
I followed this video when I set mine up, I am new to BI so I am having some issues with streams becoming stale after a while and need to be viewed live again before working again.Check out this tutorial on how to set it up.
Yep. I'm getting the same thing. Have not figured out the issue yet. Have tried on multiple computers with different install options and no luck. If i figure it out i will post. Anyone have any other ideas?This is what I am getting in my log. Anyone else have the same issue?
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.451]: Starting analysis of Z:\BlueIris\aiinput/aiDriveway.20200616_170523436.jpg
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.453]: (1/6) Uploading image to DeepQuestAI Server
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.463]: (2/6) Waiting for results
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.464]: (3/6) Processing results:
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.465]: System.NullReferenceException | Object reference not set to an instance of an object. (code: -2147467261 )
[16.06.2020, 17:05:23.466]: ERROR: Processing the following image 'Z:\BlueIris\aiinput/aiDriveway.20200616_170523436.jpg' failed. Failure in AI Tool processing the image.