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Fruits recognition

April 7, 2017 - 7:30am #3

Hi, I have done some succesful demos with Vuforia and Unity3d.

Now, I'm trying to test if I can track a fruit (an apple, a banana, an orange, etc). I'm having troubles scanning an apple caused the contrast. I will success with other fruit? I imagine that with an orange I will have the same issue. I'm right?

Beside this, if I could succesfully scan a banana, Vuforia will only recognize the same fruit (or other mostly simillar), right?

 

Thanks!

Fruits recognition

April 7, 2017 - 10:40am #2

Hello,

Please review best practices for object targets: https://library.vuforia.com/articles/Training/Object-Recognition

Fruit will not provide a good number of feature points for detection and tracking. Also, as now two pieces of fruit are the same, this will also cause problems for reliable recognition.

Thanks.

Fruits recognition

July 14, 2017 - 1:37pm #1

As per what Medabit says, Vuforia isn't used for this.

A better solution is to research Google's deep learning software, (which is all hush hush). Basically, it uses super powerful server pc's to scan google images to figure out what a bananna should look like, and then uses a screen grab. Technically, it will never detect with perfect accuracy, (I'm 99.99999% sure this is a bananna).

 

Vuforia requires matching feature points of two or three dimensional planes. These need to be the same as reference points in the compiled image. Another words, a painting or house can be used, however you can't really use it for unique objects like a universal Hotdog detector.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACmydtFDTGs

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