We have developed a simple software to show how a custom keras model can be automatically translated into c-code. The generated c-code can, in combination with the ARM-CMSIS-NN functions, be used to run neural-net calculations in an efficient way on an embedded micro-controller such as the CORTEX-M4.
The example software on GitHub has also firmware which runs on the STM32F4-Discorevy Board. Part of the firmware was generated with cubeMX.
The example software has a MNIST classifier which can classify handwritten digits.
See https://github.com/InES-HPMM/k2arm for more Details.
The HDMI2CSI board for capturing 4K HDMI was ported to the latest release of L4T (28.2.1) including the bug fix in the Nvidia VI (see forum: , ). Major differences where adapted from L4T 28.1 to L4T 28.2.1 and our developed hardware is again able to capture 2160p30. Run the tc358840 outside its specification (>1Gbps) you could also capture 2160p60.
Grab the newest version on Github.
If you are running into problems capturing after a format change restart your application. Currently the Nvidia VI does not recover from an error, namely
PXL_SOF syncpt timeout.