What you will do
- Connect to a computer
- Connect to a computer monitor
What you will need
- Vision AI DevKit camera hardware
- Vision AI DevKit power supply
- USB-C cable
- HDMI Cable
- Monitor with HDMI port
- ADB command line utility. (instructions)
The Vision AI DevKit camera hardware has a USB-C connector for connection with a computer.
USB port use cases
- Updating the Vision AI DevKit hardware firmware
- Using ADB (Android Device Bridge) commands to control and obtain status from the Vision AI DevKit hardware via command line parameters
Connecting and verifying the USB connection to a computer
- Connect your computer and the Vision AI Dev Kit camera using a USB-C cable
Open a command line prompt on your computer and use the command
You should see output similar to this, if your computer and camera are connected properly:
C:\Tools>adb devices List of devices attached efb99xxx device
If you do not see the device, try rebooting the camera hardware using one of these methods:
- Click the reset button once, using the pin hole on the right side of the camera.
- Press the power button on the back once.
Use the command line:
- Long press the power button for more than 12 seconds, to force a power down of the hardware. Then hold the power button for more than 12 seconds again to power up the hardware.
The Vision AI DevKit can send the output of camera inferencing to a monitor directly connected to the camera hardware using the HDMI port.
- Your display must have a minimum resoltion of 1080p.
- The HDMI cable connecting the Vision AI DevKit to the monitor cannot have any port adapters attached.
- Televisions or gaming specific monitors may not be recognized by the Vision AI DevKit.
Connecting and verifying the HDMI monitor connection
Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI port on both the Vision AI DevKit hardware and your monitor. Your monitor will start to display the camera video, with bounding boxes drawing around recognized objects, a few minutes after your model is deployed to the camera.
- The object label presented in the bounding box may appear incorrect. If a new object appears in the space befor the bounding box is drawn, the label of the last object detected will be presented. This is not an inferencing bug.