Software Engineer - Client Engine for FreeD Group
Job DescriptionIntel FreeD is looking for software engineers in order to boost the development of a 3D engine on state-of-the-art hardware. Our team focuses on stereoscopic applications (VR/AR), specialized camera engines for virtual reality and high-quality shader development for 3D scenes.
As a software engineer in our team, you will be instrumental in the development of our 3D engine. That means the creation and improvement of the rendering and camera engines. You should be able to devise new algorithms from scratch or implement existing state-of-the-art algorithms in product-quality C++.
Is this you?
- Quality Driven: You have a high bar for your code and don’t wait for instructions to make it better
- Supportive and Collaborative: You know that the best work comes from a team who trusts and respects each other. You strive to collaborate with others and don’t care whose idea wins
- Independent and Research-Driven: When you don’t know something, you can pick up a book or Google your way around. You can solve problems in areas of knowledge you had no experience in before.
- Flexible and Iterative: We’ve got a lot to figure out and you’re ok with taking a few paths to get there
- Experienced: You probably have experience in algorithm development, specifically in computer graphics and/or computer vision. You might even have a publication or two
- Curious and Passionate: You know what’s going on in the computer graphics industry and the world of VR and can’t wait to talk to others about it
Inside this Business Group
Intel's strategic equity investment group, Intel Capital, manages one of the largest corporate venture programs in the technology segment, with worldwide investments and support. Holding equity stakes in more than 550 companies worldwide, Intel's investments outside of the United States span over more than 20 countries across 5 continents. Intel Capital is responsible for investing in technology companies to increase demand for existing products and services, ultimately expanding new business objectives for Intel.