Our vision at Intel’s Real Sense Group is to enrich people’s lives through devices and machines that perceive the world in 3D. We work on a portfolio of computing devices including VR/AR devices, Smartphones, Drones, Robots and Peripherals. Our mission is to enable our partners to build high volume products powered by best-in-class RealSense™ 3D technologies. The Real Sense product portfolio includes 3D Cameras, Tracking Modules, Computer Vision libraries and ASICs for depth processing and sensing and understanding with world class algorithms.
This is what we do - https://realsense.intel.com/
Why join us?
You will work on a complex system and 3D cutting edge technologies (such as stereo and coded light). You will have the time and ability to combine research in the academy along development of products.
You will build computer vision based depth camera products/solutions. Create and implement new or use existing traditional and deep-learning CV algorithms, to solve applied problems in various domains that use depth camera components.Interact with users to define requirements for CV/AI based product/solutions.Design depth camera algorithms using advanced simulation tools, while performing basic trade-offs: power, die size & performance. You will work closely with system architects, ASIC team & FW/SW teams.
What are we looking for?
- Master's or PhD in computer science or electrical engineering, focusing on CV or deep learning
- 3+ years experience in image processing algorithm development
- 3+ years experience with Matlab, Python or C++.
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.