Segmentation using TensorFlow

  • Good questions, iam also curious how to do this. Would be nice if someone has an answer!



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  • Hey Meneses,

    There is unfortunately no pixel-by-pixel manipulation inside Lens Studio. You can import images/videos and create materials, but no changing of individual pixels.

    With regards to ML models, I don't believe it is possible to use TensorflowJS. Instead, you'll have to convert your model to onnx or pb format and use the ML Component. Not all layer types are supported by Lens Studio, so if your model doesn't import you'll need to find one with a different architecture or train your own. Also, make sure the model version you chose isn't too big to import into Lens Studio.

    If your model outputs a mask, it is possible to access that mask as a texture and then use that as a custom segmentation texture. I'm not sure the alpha channel works on cameras, but the outputted mask from your model can be used to show/hide other elements/effects/layers.


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