Intel freeD is a dynamic and creative group with a start-up atmosphere within Intel, developing the future of video technology. freeD stands for Free Dimensional Video, and is an entirely new concept for capturing, processing and rendering video that allows users to immersively interact with real, live video. Our content is captured in the largest sport and entertainment venues in the world -Super Bowl, Soccer, NBA, etc. and is used today on television. Within FreeD, our team develops the future 3D video standard to facilitate image data flow from game fields to everyone's mobile or home screen. The team is responsible for finding new and fascinating ways to compress, stream and simplify the rendering tasks of our three dimensional video on the client side. The team processes, analyzes, manipulates and compresses 3D models, images and H.264 / HEVC video.
Inside this Business Group
5 years of experience in C ++, compression and \ or image and video processing compressed. A good understanding and proven experience in the field of streaming video compression algorithm \ images, text and three-dimensional information compression. Experience with large systems and complex software. Excellent teamwork , ability to handle tasks in independent and responsible manner. Advantage: 3D experience- Point Clouds, Skinning (Skeleton and Animation), Modeling (Mesh Construction) CUDA/OPENCL Experience in developing real-time 3D applications using computer graphics APIs (OpenGL/DirectX) and shading languages (GLSL, HLSL, etc.).
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.