Job Description

Our vision is a world where the physical and digital are one. Our mission is to amplify human potential by delivering the most immersive AR platform, so people can intuitively see, hear, and touch digital content in the physical world. 

We are developing the most immersive AR device for enterprise, and are continuing to build a powerful team to help us do that.

Magic leap is seeking a Color Scientist with experience in color image processing.. The candidate will work closely with cross-functional teams to rapidly determine Optimize existing color image processing algorithms. The candidate will also advise the team on strategies to mitigate issues and make a direct impact to cutting-edge products. The candidate would be a critical part of Magic Leap Optical engineer

We are looking for candidates who are motivated, creative, and dedicated team players who excel in a fast-paced environment. Candidates must be highly innovative and enjoy working in a dynamic and multidisciplinary environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Research and develop color image processing algorithms.
  • Research and develop image and video quality assessment algorithms.
  • Optimize existing color image processing algorithms to meet internal and external customer’s requirements.
  • Performing characterization, analysis, modeling, and simulation of imaging systems.
  • Assist hardware design team with algorithm implementation and validation.
  • Image quality tuning and evaluation.
  • Work with cross-functional teams and provide strong leadership and expertise for new project developments
  • Algorithm and lab experiment process documentation

Qualifications:

  • 6+ years of experience in color imaging, colorimetry, image quality and image processing.
  • Deep understanding camera image processing algorithm, such 3A, CCM, tone mapping, etc.
  • Deep understanding image quality metrics and evaluation methodologies and industry standards.
  • Knowledge of Image Sensors, ISP and Image Quality measurement
  • Experience with objective camera bench testing and subjective image quality analysis.
  • Hands-on experience with image quality measurement,
  • Fluent Matlab/Python programming skills in digital image processing. Hands-on experience with testing automation is a plus.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.

 Education:

  • M.S. or greater in color science, image processing, or related fields.

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

 

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