Hey there! If you’re planning to join the Remotasks team as a new Remotasker, you might be wondering just what kind of device you need to start doing tasks with us. You don’t necessarily need an ultra-powerful rig just to do tasks with us. However, certain tasks and projects do need certain kinds of specs to load and work properly.
First things first - you primarily need a computer with internet access in order to start doing tasks. We’ll explain everything your computer needs in order to do your projects and tasks as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, we currently don’t support tasking with mobile devices (yet!).
Since we have a wide range of tasks and projects, from image analysis to 3D annotation, we need computers with certain specs to load our tasking platform properly. Here are our minimum and recommended specs to work on specific kinds of tasks.
When we say 2D Tasks, we’re talking about tasks that lets us analyze and label images and pictures, documents and paperwork, and other projects set in 2D environments.
When we say 3D Tasks, we’re talking about tasks that lets us label, analyze, and annotate objects within 3D environments. These include various types of videos and even LIDAR data.
If you’re a Linux user, you should be able to do asks for as long as the distro you’re using can run Google Chrome.
If you’re a Mac user with newer versions of Mac OSX, you should be able to run Remotasks via Google Chrome. However, remember that Google no longer supports the following Mac OSX versions as of 2015:
If you’re interested in giving Remotasks a shot, you can actually start right now! You can create an account for free via the Remotasks website!