Advanced development with Azure Percept


Retirement of Azure Percept DK:

Update 22 February 2023: A firmware update for the Percept DK Vision and Audio accessory components (also known as Vision and Audio SOM) is now available here, and will enable the accessory components to continue functioning beyond the retirement date.

The Azure Percept public preview will be evolving to support new edge device platforms and developer experiences. As part of this evolution the Azure Percept DK and Audio Accessory and associated supporting Azure services for the Percept DK will be retired March 30th, 2023.

Effective March 30th, 2023, the Azure Percept DK and Audio Accessory will no longer be supported by any Azure services including Azure Percept Studio, OS updates, containers updates, view web stream, and Custom Vision integration. Microsoft will no longer provide customer success support and any associated supporting services. For more information, please visit the Retirement Notice Blog Post.

With Azure Percept, software developers and data scientists can use advanced code workflows for AI lifecycle management. Through a growing open source library, they can use samples to get started with their AI development journey and build production-ready solutions.

Get started with advanced development

See the Azure Percept DK advanced development GitHub for up-to-date guidance, tutorials, and examples for things like:

  • Deploying a custom AI model to your Azure Percept DK
  • Updating a supported model with transfer learning
  • And more

Next steps

Learn more about the available Azure Percept AI models. If none of these models suit your needs, use the advanced code journey to bring your own model or computer vision pipeline to the Percept DK. If you have a contribution that you think would help others, feel free open a pull request too.