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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,500 - Posted
We are a new emerging active wear brand looking for designers to work on new collections. We are looking for someone who understands fabrics and understands how to put a collection together from A-Z. This is a great opportunity for a up and coming or established designer to help build something new and fresh and get big benefits. We are doing both men and women collections launching in the fall. Please send resumes and examples of work! SERIOUS PEOPLE ONLY!
Skills: Pattern recognition Adobe Illustrator Textile Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
Hello, I'm looking for a developer to make a prototype app for the iPhone. This app is for internal use to test a hypothesis and we don't know if it is feasible or not. We are a group of scientists that are trying to make our work flow easier. This is only for a prototype and does not need to be pretty- just functional. What the app must do: 1) Take a picture. (see attached image 'gel1-8bit') The user will take a picture of their experiment and it will look something like gel1. 2) Identify the gel lanes. If you look at the workflow image, this is what it should do- it should identify each lane and be able to number them. For the prototype, I would like the lanes outlined and numbered, if possible. I would like an option to save the modified image. (3) Quantify the lanes. The pixel intensity in the entire line should be added together for a total sum in the box. See workflow for the example. (4) It would be nice to have a background subtraction ability built-in. I don't know how to do this. I doubt you'll get the same values in your program as are shown in the sample. That's ok. Remember, this is just a prototype and will not need to be pretty- just functional. Default boxes are ok, don't worry about fonts or formatting. Focus on the functionality. My expectations: I know how to use xcode and I hope that you'll do this in xcode (although not required). In the perfect world, you'll send me an xcodeproj with a folder of source code files that I can compile in xcode and push to our scientist's phone for testing. If you would like to use another IDE, that's fine, but I will need you to help get the prototypes on the iphone.
Skills: Pattern recognition Image Processing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking for a developer experienced in facial recognition. I want to create a website where a user can upload a photo of a person and the website finds the most likely lookalike from an existing photo database. The developer has to develop the facial recognition similarity functionality, not design the whole website. Thank you :) *price is just a reference point
Skills: Pattern recognition Machine learning
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Hello, I need a prototype iPhone application made. This is for internal testing and thus will not be pretty, but needs to be functional. The user will take a picture (see the test images 1-5). The app will need to find the rectangle with the two lines in it. The application then needs to plot the intensity of the red lines as a function of distance (see “line plots.pdf” in the attached files). The application then needs to integrate the peaks and return a result for each of the two red lines. The work flow is included as slides 1 through 4 in the attached zip file. In the “Line Plots.pdf” file, there is a table of the values we obtained doing this manually. Doing this manually in ImageJ, we converted the image to a 16bit grayscale, drew a box, plotted the intensity in the box along the long dimension (a line plot would also work), and integrated the peaks. The actual values from the app will likely be different than what is in the pdf- the ratios should be similar. A mock-up of the final output is also included. I prefer this to be done in Xcode and I don't care which language you use; if you would like to use another IDE, additional help will be required to put this app on a few phones.
Skills: Pattern recognition