VoTT - Visual Object Tagging Tool: An electron app for building end to end Object Detection Models from Images and Videos

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This tool provides end to end support for generating datasets and validating object detection models from video and image assets.Run the app by launching the "VOTT" executable which will be located inside the unzipped folder.

https://github.com/Microsoft/VoTT

Dependencies:

async : ^2.1.5
cntk-fastercnn : ^0.1.1
electron : ^1.4.1
electron-window-state : ^4.0.2
remote : ^0.2.6
replace : ^0.3.0

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