Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: 1h, 38m ago | Ends: 6d, 22h |
End product should be a high-resolution and photo-realistic 3D rendering of back wall and floor with fireplace, mantel, wood/fire in fireplace. A very simple rendering but must look real similar to the attached sample but without the tree, no rug, no furniture, no stockings, no floral/garland, no vases, no chalkboard, no ceiling (have wall extent to the top, left and right)...simply floor, wall, mantel with fire screen, wood and fire. I'd like the ability to have a variety of revisions to get to the final product but to start, replicating the scene as I've described above and shown in the attached is step 1. If this process looks great, there are other opportunities to do more work and add in other elements.
Fixed Price: $1,000 - $5,000
| Posted: 1h, 48m ago | Ends: 6d, 22h |
We are looking for a talented FPGA programmer to help us implement a low noise (<10nV/(rootHz)) lock-in amplifier for heterodyne detection of sideband signals. Carrier frequencies range from 0.3 to 1.5MHz. The lock-in amplifier must have the ability to generate signals at specified frequencies and demodulate signals at the sum or difference of two frequencies (FM/heterodyne detection). Your job will be to develop a working prototype that does the following: 1) Takes in signals via a high speed, 16bit ADC 2) Generates a sine wave with programmable amplitude (ranging from 0 to 5V) and frequency, f2 = (1 to 1000Hz) 3) Demodulates the signals at two frequencies f1+f2, f1+2f2. f1 is determined from the DAC input. f2 is the frequency generated in step #2. 4) Outputs the RMS amplitude of the two demodulated signals via a low noise, 16bit DAC. We have an ADC and FPGA eval board already chosen, part #'s AD9268 and HSC-ADC-EVALCZ from Analog. You will need to help us choose the DAC and fi...
Hourly Rate: $40 - $50 / hr
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: 14h, 30m ago | Ends: 6d, 9h |
Wanted organized detail oriented Solidworks injection molded parts expert Hello, I am working on a new Solidworks project and I need to make some adjustment to already existing files. I am looking for someone who is super positive and has a can do attitude. You need to be super familiar with Solidworks and designing plastic injection molded parts for manufacturing. You must be able to work in fast paced environment. You must have experience with creating gasket over molds. You must be very familiar with the plastic injection molding process. Have some knowledge in creating bump-offs, living hinges and creating mirror image parts. You must be willing to meet in person in Tucson and be available ASAP. The main components of the work will be: creating a living hinge editing existing plastic hinges designing new parts Please send me an email and include the following: · Previous projects you have created · What the responsibilities were · Who your boss was · Along with what each...