High Fidelity is looking for trained Egyptologists or graduate students familiar with archaeologist site "Queen Nefatari's tomb" to act as docent and educator for a virtual reality project. The project is anticipated to run for at least three months and involve weekly scheduled presentations to online students and learners. This position does not require on site presence in our San Francisco office.
This position represents an opportunity to participate in the evolution and future development of museum education and docent work. High Fidelity is a social virtual reality platform, enabling people from around the world to meet in shared virtual space. This project is intended as a demonstration of the ability for trained educators with specialized skills to share their knowledge with engage learners from anywhere around the globe.
This is a part-time position. The successful candidate will be able to offer a consistent weekly schedule for classes in virtual reality.
- Intermediate to expert background in archaeology with an emphasis in Egyptology, the Valley of the Queens, and Queen Nefertari's tomb
- Ability to convey information and answer questions to groups of up to 25
- Comfortable with technology, particularly PC hardware
High Fidelity has developed an open-source application for building and deploying virtual environments (domains) to desktop and server computers. The virtual domains are designed to be social and interactive, meaning they allow for the real-time addition, rearrangement, and gross modification of 3D assets in a hosted environment being used simultaneously by multiple users. Our goal is to deploy an open, flexible platform for a variety of VR applications rather than a specific, narrow VR experience.
High Fidelity has approximately 70 employees working in engineering, product management, and customer development. We are a close knit group focused on building a genuinely free and permissionless solution for virtual reality. We are based out of offices in downtown San Francisco, California and Seattle, Washington. We'd love to learn more about your experience and how you can make our project a success.