Intel Sports Group is Looking for Visual Hardware Engineer !
What are we doing?
Intel Sports is developing the future of volumetric video using True View technology. True View technology features Free Dimensional Video (“FreeD™”), which is an entirely new concept for capturing live events.
It allows users to immersively interact with live videos.
Our content is captured in the largest sports and entertainment events and venues in the world - Super Bowl (NFL), El Clásico (LaLiga), NBA games, etc. and is used today on television.
Check it out- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7xIBoPr83A
What are we looking for?
We are looking for exceptional engineer who wants to be part of creating the future of immersive media technologies. Great team player, dedicated and hard worker with passion to learn and develop new technologies.
What will you do with us?
-Research, design and optimization of our current imaging system.
- Research and implementation of new cameras, lenses, frame grabber cards, interface standards, sync protocols, extenders, lens controllers and more.
- Research of imaging system performance improvement.
- Real time game support, testing and research in imaging lab and on real sites.
What must you have?
It will be nice if you will have:
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