Research Engineer, Light Field Imaging
Join us in making holographic video a reality!
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies open exciting new possibilities in communication and entertainment, offering to transform the way we interact with computers, each other, and the world. But there are still technological hurdles to overcome to make truly immersive photo-real content possible. Visby is solving these problems by reimagining the imaging stack from the ground up: we are building tools for the creation, manipulation, delivery and consumption of native holographic video content. This will enable mainstream adoption of VR/AR technologies, but will have wide-ranging impact in many fields, like computer vision. We’re working on deep technology, with broad and immediate reach.
The ideal candidate has experience and/or an advanced degree in a quantitative field (e.g., electrical engineering, applied mathematics, physics, computer science). Facility with Python is also required. Desirable: knowledge of or experience in one or more of the following fields: computer vision, quantum optics, deep learning, stochastic calculus, image processing, image/video compression, information/electrical engineering, and/or- signal processing.
You will be an early hire at a fast-growing venture-funded company, so your position and role will grow with the company. You will have input into engineering processes and strategy and will help define the company’s culture.
Culture & benefits
- A positive, cooperative, and inclusive workplace
- Work-life balance: we value passion and dedication, but we are generally flexible about hours and remote work
- Competitive salary
- 100% employer-paid health insurance for employees with 75% for dependents
- 100% employer-paid vision and dental for employees and dependents
- Flexible vacation policy
We welcome a wide variety of personal and professional backgrounds and consider applicants without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual identity or expression, medical condition, socioeconomic status, or any other category of experience. We're excited to learn what you can contribute to our supportive culture.
Along with your résumé/ curriculum vitae/ LinkedIn profile, we invite you to include any relevant work samples, including code samples (e.g., Github repositories), publications or anything else you think we may find relevant in assessing your ability to solve technical problems.
We're based in San Francisco with an office conveniently located in the SoMa/South Beach neighborhood.