Peter MaSarah HanShin Ae Hong
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Ultra96 Skin Cancer AI

Using Ultra96 and NCS to detect and classify skin cancer.

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Live classification

Python
Live classification code
#!/usr/bin/python3

# ****************************************************************************
# Copyright(c) 2017 Intel Corporation. 
# License: MIT See LICENSE file in root directory.
# ****************************************************************************

# Perform inference on a LIVE camera feed using DNNs on 
# Intel® Movidius™ Neural Compute Stick (NCS)

import os
import cv2
import sys
import numpy
import ntpath
import argparse

import mvnc.mvncapi as mvnc

# Variable to store commandline arguments
ARGS                 = None

# OpenCV object for video capture
camera               = None

# ---- Step 1: Open the enumerated device and get a handle to it -------------

def open_ncs_device():

    # Look for enumerated NCS device(s); quit program if none found.
    devices = mvnc.EnumerateDevices()
    if len( devices ) == 0:
        print( "No devices found" )
        quit()

    # Get a handle to the first enumerated device and open it
    device = mvnc.Device( devices[0] )
    device.OpenDevice()

    return device

# ---- Step 2: Load a graph file onto the NCS device -------------------------

def load_graph( device ):

    # Read the graph file into a buffer
    with open( ARGS.graph, mode='rb' ) as f:
        blob = f.read()

    # Load the graph buffer into the NCS
    graph = device.AllocateGraph( blob )

    return graph

# ---- Step 3: Pre-process the images ----------------------------------------

def pre_process_image( frame ):

    # Resize image [Image size is defined by choosen network, during training]
    img = cv2.resize( frame, tuple( ARGS.dim ) )

    # Extract/crop a section of the frame and resize it
    height, width, channels = frame.shape
    x1 = int( width / 3 )
    y1 = int( height / 4 )
    x2 = int( width * 2 / 3 )
    y2 = int( height * 3 / 4 )

    cv2.rectangle( frame, ( x1, y1 ) , ( x2, y2 ), ( 0, 255, 0 ), 2 )
    img = frame[ y1 : y2, x1 : x2 ]

    # Resize image [Image size if defined by choosen network, during training]
    img = cv2.resize( img, tuple( ARGS.dim ) )

    # Convert BGR to RGB [OpenCV reads image in BGR, some networks may need RGB]
    if( ARGS.colormode == "rgb" ):
        img = img[:, :, ::-1]

    # Mean subtraction & scaling [A common technique used to center the data]
    img = img.astype( numpy.float16 )
    img = ( img - numpy.float16( ARGS.mean ) ) * ARGS.scale

    return img

# ---- Step 4: Read & print inference results from the NCS -------------------

def infer_image( graph, img, frame ):

    # Load the image as a half-precision floating point array
    graph.LoadTensor( img, 'user object' )

    # Get the results from NCS
    output, userobj = graph.GetResult()

    # Find the index of highest confidence 
    top_prediction = output.argmax()

    # Get execution time
    inference_time = graph.GetGraphOption( mvnc.GraphOption.TIME_TAKEN )

    print(  "I am %3.1f%%" % (100.0 * output[top_prediction] ) + " confidant"
            + " it is " + labels[top_prediction]
            + " ( %.2f ms )" % ( numpy.sum( inference_time ) ) )
    
    displaystring = str(100.0 * output[top_prediction]) + " " + labels[top_prediction]
    # If a display is available, show the image on which inference was performed
    if 'DISPLAY' in os.environ:
        textsize = cv2.getTextSize(displaystring, cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, 1, 2)[0]
        textX = (frame.shape[1] - textsize[0])/2
        cv2.putText(frame, displaystring, (int(textX),450), cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, 1, (255,0,0),2)
        cv2.imshow( 'Skin Cancer AI', frame )

# ---- Step 5: Unload the graph and close the device -------------------------

def close_ncs_device( device, graph ):
    graph.DeallocateGraph()
    device.CloseDevice()
    camera.release()
    cv2.destroyAllWindows()

# ---- Main function (entry point for this script ) --------------------------

def main():

    device = open_ncs_device()
    graph = load_graph( device )

    # Main loop: Capture live stream & send frames to NCS
    while( True ):
        ret, frame = camera.read()
        img = pre_process_image( frame )
        infer_image( graph, img, frame )

        # Display the frame for 5ms, and close the window so that the next
        # frame can be displayed. Close the window if 'q' or 'Q' is pressed.
        if( cv2.waitKey( 5 ) & 0xFF == ord( 'q' ) ):
            break

    close_ncs_device( device, graph )

# ---- Define 'main' function as the entry point for this script -------------

if __name__ == '__main__':

    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
                         description="Image classifier using \
                         Intel® Movidius™ Neural Compute Stick." )

    parser.add_argument( '-g', '--graph', type=str,
                         default='CancerNet/graph',
                         help="Absolute path to the neural network graph file." )

    parser.add_argument( '-v', '--video', type=int,
                         default=0,
                         help="Index of your computer's V4L2 video device. \
                               ex. 0 for /dev/video0" )

    parser.add_argument( '-l', '--labels', type=str,
                         default='./CancerNet/categories.txt',
                         help="Absolute path to labels file." )

    parser.add_argument( '-M', '--mean', type=float,
                         nargs='+',
                         default=[78.42633776, 87.76891437, 114.89584775],
                         help="',' delimited floating point values for image mean." )

    parser.add_argument( '-S', '--scale', type=float,
                         default=1,
                         help="Absolute path to labels file." )

    parser.add_argument( '-D', '--dim', type=int,
                         nargs='+',
                         default=[227, 227],
                         help="Image dimensions. ex. -D 224 224" )

    parser.add_argument( '-c', '--colormode', type=str,
                         default="rgb",
                         help="RGB vs BGR color sequence. This is network dependent." )

    ARGS = parser.parse_args()

    # Create a VideoCapture object
    camera = cv2.VideoCapture( ARGS.video )

    # Set camera resolution
    camera.set( cv2.CAP_PROP_FRAME_WIDTH, 620 )
    camera.set( cv2.CAP_PROP_FRAME_HEIGHT, 480 )

    # Load the labels file
    labels =[ line.rstrip('\n') for line in
              open( ARGS.labels ) if line != 'classes\n']

    main()

# ==== End of file ===========================================================

NCS SDK

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Credits

Peter Ma

Peter Ma

26 projects • 208 followers
Prototype Hacker, Intel Software Innovator, Hackathon Goer, World Traveler, Ecological balancer, integrationist, technologist, futurist.
Sarah Han

Sarah Han

6 projects • 32 followers
Software Engineer, Design, 3D
Shin Ae Hong

Shin Ae Hong

5 projects • 24 followers
Global Startup Incubation Specialist @Innoway

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