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Samples and bindings for the Google Assistant API

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A set of samples to illustrate Vulkan API on Android

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Sample Channel App (TV Input Service) on Android TV using TIF

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ARCore Depth Lab is a set of Depth API samples that provides assets using depth for advanced geometry-aware features in AR interaction and rendering. (UIST 2020)

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use kotlin's base type in PoseDetectorProcessor.kt cla: yes

PoseDetectorProcessor.kt was extending the java's base class. Most likely it's a typo

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use kotlin's base type in PoseDetectorProcessor.kt

Hi @yangcheng Thanks for catching this! We don't directly merge the change here in order to avoid merge conflict with the changes we made in the internal git. We will make the change in the internal git and sync the change from there.

Thanks again!

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Cleanup: Flatten directory structure, update to new versions This sample project had multiple subfolders, for Android Studio 2, Android Studio 3, and Android Studio 4. Most of this was obsolete. This is now flattened into just one sample, which shows how to write a lint check for a recent version of Studio/AGP. It also updates the lint checks in various ways: using JUnit4 for the unit test instead of JUnit3, providing a Vendor registration for the issue registry, updating various versions of plugins and libraries to the latest versions, etc etc.

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Cleanup: Flatten directory structure, update to new versions

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DllNotFoundException: Unable to load DLL 'native-googlesignin': The specified module could not be found.

The above solution is not working for me. Any other suggestion?

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Barcode Scanning with CameraX not working on Android 10

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  1. This was with Samsung S10 and Moto G5 Plus.
  2. The resolution is the default used by LifecycleCameraController, which is 640x480 and can't be set. That is too small to recognize some of the barcodes, so not using LifecycleCameraController and setting higher resolution 1280x960 helps with the barcode recognition.
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Barcode Scanning with CameraX not working on Android 10

@polivmi1 this might be an different issue as we have may developers confirmed that the issue was solved with the latest barcode scanning sdk. Could you provide more details for MLKit to fix your specific issue?

  1. The device model you are using
  2. The resolution setting that doesn't work with cameraX + barcode scanning

If there is a bug/something we can do better in ML Kit, we will need to reproduce your issue on our side in order to fix it for you.

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Barcode Scanning with CameraX not working on Android 10

@polivmi1 Thanks for providing the information. As you mentioned in the previous two comments, the saved image looks fine, therefore, the image provided by LifecycleCameraController's ImageAnalysis should have no problem. But the barcode inside it can't be recognized. This part of issue might still need to be clarified in mlkit side.

About the article you mentioned above, there has been a response and also a doc CameraX: Learn how to use CameraController for it. LifecycleCameraController is a high-level, all-in-one API that provides a way to easily access and manipulate core camera features. But not all settings API are included. Otherwise, it might make the API become complicated. I guess if the bar code inside the 640x480 image can be recognized successfully, then, the LifecycleCameraController's resolution setting might not be a problem for your application any more. If you still need the target resolution setting API to be included in LifecycleCameraController, please submit a feature request on here. Thanks.

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