Prototyper / with EE and CS background / Adafruit Jobs Board

Rockhopper Zoom

Prototyper / with EE and CS background / Adafruit Jobs Board

Proof-of-concept needed for a wireless metrics device that will measure, provide feedback, and analyze a user’s movement. The prototype will need to be built on breakout boards but the majority of the programming will be completed through the MCU.

The project will require wireless transmission of data from 4-embedded sensors through bluetooth. Device will be used for a beta-test program.

Main components:
•custom PCB

Skills needed:
•sensors and electronics
•Arduino for prototyping
•circuit board design
•programming for microcontrollers and computer-based software
•wireless technology

Aesthetics is secondary; functionality is our main priority at this stage. Development may be split into two phases.

If this sounds like an interesting project contact us. Let’s schedule a gchat sometime in the next 2 days if this something you’d be interested in.

*Recent graduates as well as 3rd and 4th year college students with robotics experience are encouraged to respond. I’m open to hearing from promising EE/CS/CE college students. *This is a one-time project contract.

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