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Create synthetic data with Blender.

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zpy: Synthetic data in Blender.

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Collecting, labeling, and cleaning data for computer vision is a pain. Jump into the future and create your own data instead! Synthetic data is faster to develop with, effectively infinite, and gives you full control to prevent bias and privacy issues from creeping in. We created zpy to make synthetic data easy, by simplifying the simulation (sim) creation process and providing an easy way to generate synthetic data at scale.

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What's New? :rocket:

Install :thinking:

You can install zpy with pip:

pip install zpy-zumo

More installation instructions can be found in the docs:

Contribute :busts_in_silhouette:

We welcome community contributions! Search through the current issues or open your own.

License :page_facing_up:

This release of zpy is under the GPLv3 license, a free copyleft license used by Blender. TLDR: Its free, use it!

Citation :writing_hand:

If you use zpy in your research, we would appreciate the citation!

  title={zpy: Synthetic data for Blender.},
  author={Ponte, H. and Ponte, N. and Crowder, S.},
  journal={GitHub. Note:},

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