We are seeking an individual with a background in visual processing, low-level vision, perceptual encoding, and computer graphics to drive research on novel rendering technologies for AR/VR. As a Research Scientist at Oculus Research in Redmond WA, you will be tackling the scientific challenges that define cutting-edge virtual and augmented reality display systems. The person in this role will study the impact of rendering algorithms on spatial, peripheral, temporal, and color vision, and the detectability of display artifacts and perceived image quality for VR/AR applications. Projects take advantage of internal resources in mechanical, electrical, optical, and software engineering, allowing us to confront scientific questions that cannot be addressed with existing equipment.
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