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Editor's note: This post is part of our Trainspotting series, a deep dive into the visual and audio detection components of our Caltrain project. You can find the introduction to the series here. SVDS has previously used real-time, publicly available data to improve Caltrain arrival predictions. However, the station-arrival time data from Caltrain was not reliable enough to make accurate predictions. Using a Raspberry PiCamera and USB microphone, we were able to detect trains, their speed, and their direction.
This is the second part to the previous blog entry Google's Video Intelligence and Vision APIs - Automatically Recognize Actors and Download their Biographies in Real Time. The above celebrity pipeline can chew through a celebrity video faster than you can say protagonist - and that's the whole point! Can we divert some of that speed and insight towards something other than finding celebrities? What if we wanted to identify regular people? Or any other entity not currently offered with Google Video Intelligence?
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