In the previous post, we demonstrated a self-driving model car that performed all processing on-board on a Raspberry Pi 3. We have now released the code for the car and associated tools.
The following repositories are available on GitHub:
EOgmaNeo – the primary library containing our super-fast online learning technology!
EOgmaDrive – a description of our self-driving car physical implementations, with all the source code for the Raspberry Pi SDC and Arduino interfaces.
OgmaDrive – a simulator used for developing our self-driving technology, made with Unity3D. Don’t have a physical car? Try out the simulator!
NeoVis – a visualizer for EOgmaNeo hierarchies. A useful tool for debugging!
Furthermore, our original GPU-powered library (which EOgmaNeo is the successor to) has some updates. Find it here: OgmaNeo
If you have any problems with the software, we can help you out on our Gitter channel.
Details and improved explanations of the functioning of the technology is one of our next targets – look out for more tutorials and articles!
P.S: Work continues on running our software on even more simple hardware:
We would love to see what kind of projects you come up with!