Oculus Optical Scientist Computational Imaging And Display Internship-PAID




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The Oculus Optical Scientist Computational Imaging And Display Internship is available to students pursuing a PhD in optical science or engineering, electrical engineering, physics, computational imaging, or a related field. You must be authorized to work in the U.S. and have two+ years experience in geometric, physical optics, computational imaging or micro-optics emphasizing modeling, hardware prototyping, scientific programming languages to be considered for this internship. Preference will be given to applicants who have two+ years experience with optical design programs such (Code V, Zemax, Lighttools, FRED, Lumerical, Comsol, or similar) and with calibration of camera/projector arrays. As an intern, you will collaborate with an optics research team to develop, calibrate, drive, and test novel display architectures. You will develop new calibration and rendering schemes specific to a novel display architecture and implement known schemes as appropriate and focus on the development of advanced simulations and prototyping to prove new concepts and the perceptual impact of those concepts. This internship is located in Redmond, WA. Average monthly compensation for a Meta Intern is $8,000.