I’ve recently been trying to use the MediaPipe hand landmark detection library, and it works just fine until I try to import Tensorflow. No matter what code/program I try to run, if I import Tensorflow in any capacity, either the whole module, or a function within it, it causes the MediaPipe function
.process() to freeze. The setup is as follows:
mp_drawing = mp.solutions.drawing_utils mp_drawing_styles = mp.solutions.drawing_styles mp_hands = mp.solutions.hands hands = mp_hands.Hands( static_image_mode=True, max_num_hands=2, min_detection_confidence=.5) image = cv2.imread('some_image') results = hands.process(image)
Any variation of that freezes without fail at the
results = hands.process(image) line, but works perfectly fine if I don’t import Tensorflow in any capacity. My tensorflow version is 1.14.0, keras version is 2.3.1, and python version is 3.7.6, if that helps at all.
You smart folks have any idea why this might be happening, and how it might be remedied?