Camera Systems Developer Pelican Imaging
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Software Engineering
We design, develop and ship all of Pelican's deliverable software products and many internal tools as well. This is where the rubber hits the road - bringing our computational camera processing to the Smartphone platforms and operating system you know and love. Our knowledge is broad and deep covering optics and imaging through compiler optimization, hardware accelerators, and operating systems. We conceive, design, develop, port, accelerate and qualify. We support and create interfaces for customers, independent SW developers and end-users. Our cycle is fast and energetic - the results of your labor are quickly visible in our products.
Camera Systems Developer
Pelican Imaging is building the next leapfrog technology in computational imaging - with the potential to change every camera in the world.
The Camera Systems Developer will integrate our unique, cutting edge into Android and other mobile and embedded operating systems. This involves creating and controlling device drivers, security features, imaging and camera frameworks, complex multi-threaded user-space driver daemons, CameraHAL integration or extension, and writing test applications.
You are a self-directed, problem-solving embedded / mobile developer who is comfortable with application, operating system, kernel driver, and hardware interface spaces. You understand and are comfortable with logging, tracing, hardware assisted debugging (ICE, JTAG, scopes, and logic analyzers), chipset manuals, and can focus on relevant information in gigantic specs for modern chipsets.
-- At least some Android development should be at systems level in some way.
-- Good experience with C & C++, not C only.
-- Java, on Android at least.
-- Have worked on some type of device driver.
-- Has done something with one or more of: cameras, imaging, graphics, GPU (OpenGL, CUDA, DirectX).
-- Familiar with multiple debugging methods and systems, including gdb.
-- Android device drivers, camera drivers, camera framework, imaging or camera apps.
-- Familiar with Lauterbach Trace32 and other JTAG debuggers used with modern chipsets.
-- Assembly (SSE or ARM NEON), DSP experience
-- Optimization of algorithms on real systems
-- Experience with iOS, WP8, BlackBerry OS, Linux, Windows, MacOSX
-- Qt experience
-- Photography experience
-- Familiar as a developer with Linux, Git, MacOSX, Windows 7
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THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED
Going beyond megapixels, the Pelican array camera provides complete depth information of the captured scene, allowing users to refocus after the fact and perform an unprecedented range of edits. Focus on any subject, change focus (even on multiple subjects) after you take the photo, capture linear measurements, scale and segment your images, change backgrounds, and apply filters, all from any device.
The Pelican camera architecture is designed with no moving parts, which enables the user to take an immediate first shot, followed by very rapid sucessive shots. Every scene is captured in compleInvestors: Globespan Capital Partners
, Granite Ventures
, InterWest Partners
, Nokia Growth Partners
, Qualcomm All Jobs: at Pelican Imaging
|Headquarters:||451 El Camino Real|
Santa Clara, CA 95050
|Industry:||Consumer Products and Services|
|Company Profile:||Pelican Imaging is headquartered in Mountain View, CA, and was founded in 2008; current investors include Qualcomm, Nokia Growth Partners, Globespan Capital Partners, Granite Ventures, InterWest Partners and IQT.
Pelican Imaging's advances in computational imaging have enabled a high-resolution light field camera in a mobile form factor.
At under 3mm thickness, Pelican's array camera is about 50 thinner than best-in-class current smartphone cameras. It is the first mobile plenoptic camera to capture video, 30 fps at 1080p resolution, and to capture still images at approximately 8 megapixels, with excellent image quality.
Pelican's technology has been featured in many press articles, including Forbes, MIT Technology Review, and the Huffington Post; read more about our recent coverage. |
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