A live demo of MIRNet-TFJS

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Rishit Dagli

Jan 28, 2021, 12:02:58 PM1/28/21
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A live demo of the MIRNet-TFJS repo, capable of enhancing low-light images to great extents is now out for you to try out.

More details in this tweet.


Jason Mayes

Jan 28, 2021, 2:32:50 PM1/28/21
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This is awesome work Rishit! Thank you for contributing to the community and making such epic models available in TFJS (even if via Node for now until the model size comes down for a client side deploy) :-)

If anyone has any thoughts on how to shrink this model for better browser consumption do reply :-)



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Sayak Paul

Feb 2, 2021, 6:46:39 AM2/2/21
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One immediate thing to be done is to compress the original model even further with distillation. 

This is on my radar since I worked on the TFLite variant of this same model: https://tfhub.dev/sayakpaul/lite-model/mirnet-fixed/dr/1

Some more context as to why distillation could be really helpful: in this notebook you will find 43 KB super resolution model distilled from a much larger model: 

Sayak Paul | sayak.dev

Jason Mayes

Feb 2, 2021, 4:25:32 PM2/2/21
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Wow that is quite the compression. Would love to see how fast this could potentially run in browsers with the optimizations you were using? Imagine using this in a browser to enhance low light webcam streams in real time. That would be epic.
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