Talented programmer passionate about physics and music is needed to put together an exciting 3D model of standing waves in strings in Wolfram Mathematica. Most of the code already exists, as separate models. Your job will be to modify, add new features and join together these models, or just use the existing code as inspiration for your own.
The final model will prove that the complex motion of an oscillating string is the result of a vorticular action of a rotating system and has volume in space. With other words, it will demonstrate what happens when angular momentum is applied to a string. This theory received positive feedback from scientists in academia: "Your point is well taken - obviously real strings must operate in 3D and this shows how that 3D motion can be modeled by 2D dynamics (because it can be projected down to 2D)." The following video explains the concept in details: [url removed, login to view]
Any Mathematica project you coded that you can link to is an advantage. Note: the expected budget is indicative. Please quote an estimate amount with your application. A fair price will be taken in consideration as one of the decisive factors.
About me: I'm an independent researcher of sonic technology. Some of my work, together with more information about me and this project is published on my homepage [url removed, login to view]
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