I was not able to find information on using your own OBJ or STL files with the RealSense SDK for Linux. I did however for information on how to use YOR. Although it is listed on the samples page, it actually seems to be a built-in mode within the SDK that can be accessed with scripting. Information on using it is in the last section at the very bottom of the following page, in a section called 'Your Object Recognition tool (YOR).
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Thanks for reaching out.
You can only use the images that are described in the website: https://software.intel.com/en-us/documentation/realsense-for-linux-developers-guide/object-library-features, unfortunately there is no way to use your own STL or OBJ files to train the OR algorithm.
About how to use it, MartyG provided an excellent reference, and you can take a look at the bottom of this page: https://software.intel.com/en-us/documentation/realsense-for-linux-developers-guide/sample-apps, there is a reference to the SDKYORTool which demonstrates how to use the tool to train the algorithm for the user's objects.
I hope you find this helpful.
MartyG and Leonardo,
Thanks for your help. As stated above, I saw the references to the YOR Tool but I can't find it in the samples code.
Code for all of the samples mentioned here: Sample Applications | Intel® Software are on this GitHub account: realsense_samples/samples at master · IntelRealSense/realsense_samples · GitHub with the exception of the YOR tool. Do you guys know if this is an oversight, or does this example exist?
My interpretation of the documentation is that YORTool is not an external sample app, but rather a demo mode that is built into the SDK.to demonstrate how to train object recognition - a prototype that would be called a Preview feature in the Windows version of the RealSense SDK because of the feature having limited functionality.
Hi Leonardo, Marty,
Be it a sample, a demo, a preview or whatever else you want to call it - where can we find this SDKYORTool?
Thanks, I'll try and get started with that.