Apple AR/VR Job | CVML Software Engineer- Technology Development Group (TDG)
Citys（岗位城市）: Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Do you want to push the limits of the best Augmented Reality platform in the world? Apple’s Technology Development Group (TDG) delivers algorithms that drive revolutionary Apple products, including the augmented reality (AR) platform ARKit to create ground-breaking new products. In this position, you will have the opportunity to be part of our extraordinary team of computer vision and machine learning researchers and engineers to discover and build solutions to previously-unsolved challenges and push the state of the art in AR algorithms that will change the way people experience the world!
We are looking for a driven and dedicated CVML software engineer to join our team. As a member of the Technology Development Group (Algorithm Dev), you have the unique and rewarding opportunity to work on upcoming releases of Apple products that delight and inspire millions of people every day! We invite you to contribute to our current Augmented Reality software platform and craft the future of Apple! As a member of a fast-paced team, you have the unique and rewarding opportunity to shape upcoming products that will delight and inspire millions of people every day.
To succeed within this role, you should have shown experience in several of the following areas:
Excellent knowledge and experience in 3D computer vision and image processing
Experience in developing and implementing high-quality computer vision algorithms on embedded platforms
Excellent software prototyping, problem solving and debugging skills with performance-oriented mindset
Experience in development on real-time system is a plus
GPU programming skill is a plus
Excellent communication and teamwork skills
The Algorithms organization in Apple’s Technology Development Group (TDG) is looking for a skilled computer vision software engineer, with a strong background in classical computer vision. In this role, you will perform research and development work to prototype algorithms for ambitious real-world problems in Virtual and Augmented Reality.