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jpjacobs

Jul 02, 2016, 09:37 am Last Edit: Jul 02, 2016, 11:16 am by jpjacobs Reason: typo
Hi!

I ran across this web page yesterday:
http://www.general-vision.com/products/curieneurons/

Apparently there's a free (after registration) library for finally getting to play with the Curie's built-in artificial neural network. I did not try it out yet, but I guess there's people who would be very interested too.
There's a nice presentation, documentation, ...

JoeyLou

Hey there,

I am also very interested in CurieNeuron's built-in functionalities. But I have absolutely no idea how to access those functions they posted on GV's website. Do I just use them on the arduino interface?
Could you please help me out?

Thank you very much!

Vincent19

Hey there,

I am also very interested in CurieNeuron's built-in functionalities. But I have absolutely no idea how to access those functions they posted on GV's website. Do I just use them on the arduino interface?
Could you please help me out?

Thank you very much!
I think you can just use them. Study the documentation and apply :)

jpjacobs

I currently have no time to take a look at it myself, I just wanted to give the heads up for this very interesting feature (as this is what got me interested in the 101 in the first place).

I guess the best approach is download the library (in your Arduino's library folder), and take a look at the documents and examples that come with it.

Further, I think there's interesting documents to find on their website (try google: "site:general-vision.com type:pdf")

I'd be curie-ous to see what can be done with it...

feng4ever

I just tried the free library from general vision, they provided 2 samples. One of them is really detailed which will tell you how neuron learning and matching. You can learn the usage with their explanation for the sample.
http://www.general-vision.com/documentation/TM_TestNeurons_SimpleScript.pdf

facchinm

Hi everyone,
a WIP library to interfacing with the Pattern Matching engine is here https://github.com/01org/Intel-Pattern-Matching-Technology. It's still a work in progress, APIs are not stable at all, no documentation or tutorial, but code is there and pull request are welcome. Hope it helps!

zepto

Holy crap! How awesome is that?

wikit

I just created a project based on current neuron API for you guys to have a quick start visually

https://hackaday.io/project/16355-wikitide-program-arduino-101-visually

Kitsunami

It looks like https://github.com/01org/Intel-Pattern-Matching-Technology is continuing to add documentation and tutorials.

KittyYeung

Here is a project using Intel Curie pattern matching engine on Arduino 101: https://www.hackster.io/kitty-yeung/arduino-101-intel-curie-pattern-matching-dress-9cc783

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