Why you ask? If you see the sample training data above, it was turning at 0.15 but is 0.15 the only “correct” steering angle for this situation? In a real driving situation, you could have turned 0.145 or 0.155 or any number of angles close to 0.15 and it would have been an acceptable driving behavior. That’s why I decided to create new data by duplicating existing images by perturbing the angles a bit.
Cloning Driving Behavior by augmenting steering angles
Annie Flippo

That’s a good idea! Did you try to flip the image on vertical axis and flip the steering angle’s sign?

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