Adel Kuanysheva

YOLOv5 Bioluminescence

Object Detection

YOLOv5 Bioluminescence Computer Vision Project


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Here are a few use cases for this project:

  1. Biodiversity Research and Conservation: Researchers and ecologists can use this model to identify and classify bioluminescent organisms. This could assist in understanding the ecosystem better and in conservation efforts of endangered species.

  2. Photography and Wildlife Filmmaking: Wildlife photographers and documentary filmmakers can use this model to automatically identify and categorize creatures in their photos and videos, making it easier for them to sort and manage their files.

  3. Marine Biology Exploration: This model could be used in submersible studies of deep-sea life, where many bioluminescent creatures exist. It would help identify and document deep sea species and aid in the study of marine biodiversity.

  4. Ecotourism: Organizations managing ecological tours, especially night hikes or deep-sea diving experiences, can use this model to identify and provide information about the species encountered during the tour.

  5. Environmental Monitoring: The model could be used to monitor changes in bioluminescent organisms' population and activities, as shifts might indicate changes in environmental conditions or impacts of climate change.

Cite this Project

If you use this dataset in a research paper, please cite it using the following BibTeX:

@misc{ yolov5-bioluminescence_dataset,
    title = { YOLOv5 Bioluminescence Dataset },
    type = { Open Source Dataset },
    author = { Adel Kuanysheva },
    howpublished = { \url{ } },
    url = { },
    journal = { Roboflow Universe },
    publisher = { Roboflow },
    year = { 2022 },
    month = { apr },
    note = { visited on 2023-12-03 },

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Object Detection



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