Now that the ML model is working on your computer, let's get your Raspberry Pi and BrainCraft HAT ready to make predictions on new images (also called inferencing). Your kit includes all the parts you need for this.

The next few steps walk you through setting up your BrainCraft HAT. We will skip audio setup since we aren't using it for this project, but if you can find the complete setup guide here.

Please note that the following steps require installing a lot of packages on the Pi and it may take a few hours to download everything.

Logging into your Pi in a headless configuration via SSH? Use the "raspberrypi.local" IP (more info below)

As long as you're on the same WiFi as the Pi, you can use the IP address raspberrypi.local, as shown below:

This guide was first published on Mar 30, 2021. It was last updated on Mar 08, 2024.

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