I'm finishing my computer science studies and am looking around for ideas for a semester and bachelor project.
I've done some work in c and c++, and I've used Juce in some other school related projects and seminars. The semeter project should require at least 120 hours or work with the main focus on implementation, the bachelor requirements requirements are 360 hours with a focus on theory and implementation.
I'm not an excellent c++ programmer but I would like this opportunity to increase my knowledge of c++ and juce, as well as to contribute something to the community. I've done some Java work, alot of Python recently. I have quite a bit of experience with developing IOS and Android applications. At work I'm doing alot with Django. I have alot of experience with Digital Audio in general. I know all about bits, hertz, nyquist, fft, aliasing and stuff. I'm far from being a DSP engineer though.
I will be documenting my progress as I work and the result would be open to the public. Any structured input in the form of mentoring would be greatly appreciated but is not a must.
If anyone has an idea of something that would be usefull and interesting please let me know. I have time that I would like to invest in this.
I'll be fishing for ideas/projects from the Blender / Parallella / ChicagoBoss projects as well, something Juce related would be my first choice though.
Thanks in advance!