The "So You Think You Can Build" Challenge

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AI Test Bed
October 22, 2019
Andre Rossouw
  • Maker/Hobbyist
  • Engineer/Professional
  • Educator/Teacher
Personal Project
Wake County, NC
United States
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  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.
  • Two Photos Minimum: one high-resolution photo of your project; one high-resolution photo of you /your team with your project.  Up to ten additional photos encouraged.

This project implements a test bed for learning artificial intelligence, machine learning and inference. NVIDIA supplies the Jetson Nano board as the AI engine. Most initial testing uses a camera, and there is a need for a stable platform for the Jetson Nano and camera. I printed custom mounts for the Jetson Nano and the camera; the camera mount includes a ball joint so that the camera can be aimed easily and then locked into position.
The Phase Dock WorkBench provides a versatile, stable platform which looks good enough to be used for presentations. A battery pack mounted on a Phase Dock 2x3 slide makes the system portable.

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