How to import segment anything model into matlab?

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Hello,
I have played around with segment anything model by metaAI and it is great! I have been using it in python, however, I am wondering, is there a way to import it into matlab? I would like to use the matlab App desginer to design a GUI that uses the SAM
Thanks
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Mohamed Eltabbal
Mohamed Eltabbal on 4 Oct 2023
Did you manage to use the segment anything ONNX model in matlab for image segmentation

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Answers (2)

Surya
Surya on 15 May 2023
Hi,
If you have knowledge of Python, you have the option to utilize the MATLAB Python Interface. You can find details on calling Python functions from MATLAB on link.
However, to use this feature, you must have a MATLAB-compatible version of Python installed on your computer. check
With the interface, you can import SAM into MATLAB.
Example: (MATLAB code)
sam = py.segment_anything.sam_model_registry["<model_type>"](checkpoint="<path/to/checkpoint>")
Make sure that you've installed "segment_anything" in Python using pip.

cui,xingxing
cui,xingxing on 6 Jan 2024
Edited: cui,xingxing on 6 Jan 2024
In Matlab R2024a, have introduce Image Processing Toolbox Model for Segment Anything Model,no dependent on Python.
Note: currently this model internal function segmentAnythingModel.m have a bug,you should modify from line 303 like follow.
if image_size(1) > image_size(2)
Iresized = imresize(I,[input_size,nan], "bilinear");
scale = input_size / size(I,1);
% Iresized = padarray(Iresized,0,input_size-size(Iresized,2),'post');
Iresized = padarray(Iresized,[0,input_size-size(Iresized,2)],0,'post'); % modify use this!
else
Iresized = imresize(I,[nan,input_size], "bilinear");
scale = input_size / size(I,2);
Iresized = padarray(Iresized,[input_size-size(Iresized,1),0],0,'post'); % modify use this!
end
Here link I give a Example.
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France
France on 23 Jan 2024
When the new MATLAB version will be released?
cui,xingxing
cui,xingxing on 24 Jan 2024
@France ,MATLAB version a is released in March and version b in September each year.

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