We are looking for a research scientist with expertise in human-computer interaction. As a Research Scientist – Human Computer Interaction at Oculus Research in Redmond WA, you would focus on developing novel adaptive interfaces for Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) scenarios that incorporate context, body, and environment input signals and enable more personalized, more effective, and less cognitively demanding scenarios. Our research involves both fundamental research on novel interfaces, input devices and interaction techniques, as well as evaluating how specific engineering choices impact the user experience. Researchers will have opportunities to publish in peer-reviewed conferences and journals. 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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