We are looking for a student position Hands SDK team at Intel in Jerusalem.The team is part of the Perceptual Computation group, which leads the mission of changing the way people interact with the computers. Specifically our team takes part in the development of the Intel RealSense SDK, a middleware that analyzes different input sources and converts them to intuitive, natural and immersive interactions. For more info on the Intel RealSense SDK: https://software.intel.com/en-us/realsense/home .
Also, check out Intel's CEO's keynote at CES 2015 , IDF 2016. The team develops for various environments e.g. Windows, Linux, and Android, using different languages and platforms e.g. C++, C, WPF, Unity and more.
The student will take part in the team's effort, and contribute, among other, to the design development and testing of the SDK, creation of different user interfaces APIs, and enabling the customers' amazing experience. The position requires excellent programming and design skills, great communication skills, independent working, pro-active attitude and willing to learn a lot in short time. The job requires a minimum of 25 hours a week, giving the option of flexible schedule, and taking into consideration of exams periods for students.
Inside this Business Group
- B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Computer Sciences, Software Engineering, Design or equivalent
- Vast knowledge and experience in C++ at least 2 years of programming
- Basic knowledge and experience in C UI & UX Design
- Good self-learning capabilities, strong team player, problem solving skills
- Fluent English written and verbal
- Advantage: Experience with Unity, Maya, Photoshop Experience Linux, Android Experience with Image processing
Perceptual Computing (PerC) is an organization within Intel tasked with the research, development, and productization of technologies for Natural User Interaction, encompassing both human to machine and human to human experiences. PerC aims to build technologies that would help users to have natural, immersive and intuitive interaction with computers through not only touch interface but also through hand gestures, voice and video. The objective of PerC is to explore consumer-focused hardware and software applications of close-range hand and finger gestures, speech recognition, face recognition and tracking, augmented reality and more.