I made an open-source tool to help you sort camera trap images

Hi all. For the past couple of months I have been volunteering with the New Zealand Department of Conservation. They needed a tool that speeds up the process of weeding out empty images. Typically this would be a long, manual and mundane process.

You might have heard of MegaDetector, a machine-learning model for detecting animals (and people and vehicles) in images -- I built a GUI wrapper around the model which will process your images, sort them into folders (e.g.: animal/empty/person/multiple) and then let you review the results to ensure 100% accuracy. Yes, you still have to review your images, but the app is designed to make the process as quick as possible.

Here is a quick video of a slightly older version in action (some of the UI is a little different now)

I just released v0.0.1 which you can find here.
Would love to hear what you guys think and I'm happy to answer any questions.