Sensor and display calibration is a critical component of augmented reality systems. In this job, you will be designing, implementing and analyzing results of calibration algorithms.The candidate must have extensive experience in computer vision with specialization in at least one of the following areas:
Sensor calibration: Design and implement algorithms for online and offline calibration of complex devices composed of several sensors, cameras, IMUs, depth sensors and imagers. Collaborate with other engineers on the design and deployment of a calibration process targeted for factory production.
Visual-Inertial pose tracking: Design and implement advanced algorithms for estimating the 3D pose of a head-mounted device by optimally fusing visual and inertial measurements collected from multiple cameras and IMUs.
SLAM or photogrammetry: Design and implement advanced algorithms for reconstructing 3D models of large scale environments using visual information or depth data.
3D object tracking: Design and implement robust algorithms for detecting and tracking the 6 DOF pose of known moving objects from multiple cameras in presence of clutter and occlusions.
Develop state-of-the-art calibration methods.
Write new code, use pre-existing code.
Analyze experimental results.
Give recommendations on best-known practices.
Make technical choices based on quantitative metrics.
Support calibration needs across all Magic Leap departments.
Enjoy the flawless support of your colleagues and provide the same.
Expert knowledge in at least one area listed above.
Fluent in 3D computer vision. Robotics, control and estimation preferred.
Fluent in Matlab/Octave (programming and debugging), Python/Numpy and C/C++ preferred.
Experience in software development.
Experience in numerical analysis, computational geometry.
(optional) Experience working with OpenCV.
MS in EE, CS or physics
Ph.D in EE, CS or physics preferred
Outstanding candidates with BS in EE, CS or physics will be considered
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.