I'm looking for someone who can write an algorithm that compares 2 3D objects and decides if one fits into the other or not.
A simple example would be
1. 2 Hollow 3D spheres of different radii . Does one physically fit in the other. The results could be
The end goal would be to produce an algorithm that could fit something more complex, like a foot and shoe.
Say a 3D scan of a shoe and a 3D scan of a foot. Does the foot physically fit in the scanned space of the shoe?
The answer may be fuzzy. Definitely not, Definitely yes.
The goal of this project would be to build a scalable algorithm. For e.g. it could use less nodes in a foot to work out this result.
Also, for e.g. if the foot is bigger than the shoe, then the algorithm should output definitely no. If the fit is smaller, the output can output definitely yes for now. The exact fit bit can be looked at later.
Would suit someone with background in Mathematics,Optimisation techniques, Structural Analysis, Finite Element Analysis, image processing, Open CV, Matlab, 3D modelling, , C++,
Feel free to make a proposal, upto what level you could develop this algorithm and quote for the same.