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<h1>Edge TPU Performance Demo</h1>
<p>The video below demonstrates the realtime processing power of the Edge TPU by
running a MobileNet SSD model that can identify and classify multiple objects.
The footage of the cars is a recording, but the MobileNet model is executing in
realtime on your Coral Dev Board to detect each car indicated with a box
(limited to 20 detected cars).</p>
<p>In the terminal where you started the demo, press the N key to switch between
running the model on either the Edge TPU or the CPU (quad-core Cortex-A53).</p>
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