The Applied Perception Science team at Oculus Research is seeking an individual with a background in biomedical engineering, human-computer interaction, and/or interactive computing to drive research on physiological sensing and biosensor technologies for AR/VR to help develop models of utilizing these data for assessment and prediction of discomfort, and emotional state. 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 systems. The person in this role will develop biosensors to monitor a wide range of physiological signals as well as algorithms to analyze the data. Projects take advantage of internal resources in mechanical, electrical, optical, and software engineering, allowing us to confront scientific questions which cannot be addressed with existing equipment.
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