POV-Ray : Newsgroups : povray.general : Looking to hire a povray consultant - prob 10/20 hours of work to start : Re: Looking to hire a povray consultant - prob 10/20 hours of work to start Server Time: 25 Oct 2020 02:55:55 GMT
  Re: Looking to hire a povray consultant - prob 10/20 hours of work to start  
From: PovRayNewb85
Date: 24 Aug 2020 00:55:01
"PovRayNewb85" <tat### [at] wisenetwork> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> We are looking to hire a povray consultant for a small piece of work. Probably
> 10-20 hours of work for experienced povray user.
>
>
> Job Context: We are aware of a modified version on PovRay called RaySAR
> (https://github.com/StefanJAuer/RaySAR/releases).
>
> We are looking at replicating the work done in the RaySAR project to be a proof
> of concept about an internal project.
>
>
> Job Tasks
>
> (a) Get RaySAR up and running in Windows. This will include building the project
> (as PovRay) and then making the modifications to convert it into Raysar.
>
> It works fine in Ubuntu (got this running) but we need to replicate it in
> Windows (i.e. visual studio).
>
> (b) Once up and running, we need a few objects simulated with RaySAR. We will
> use these simulations to assess the approach for our internal project.
>
> So find/provide high quality cad models for a real world ship, convert these to
> *.pov files (this is where we need help) and then simulate these in RaySAR.
>
>
> Notes
>
> We don't have a great deal of experience with ray tracers so the assistance is
> super appreciated.
>
> If we have to pay for the high quality CAD, to convert to .pov files, happy to
> do so + will listen on best sources.
>
> @ mods - if this is not the right place to post a job at, please let me know.
> Also, if you know someone who is happy to make a little bit of money for this
> job, be appreciated if you could point them in my direction.
>
> Please feel free to send me an email tat### [at] wisenetwork - thank you very much to
> the community.
>
> Tat

Hi All,

We have found a really good PovRay consultant. Thank you very much to this
community for the kind of support you guys provide. Thanks so much.

Tat


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