Platform Software GPU Engineer (axiom018) Pelican Imaging
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Pelican Imaging is building the next leapfrog technology in computational imaging ? with the potential to change every camera in the world.
The Platform Software GPU Engineer (axiom018) will work on our next generation embedded software running on multiple hardware families and OSs (Android, IOS, Windows, etc.)
This is a senior technical position that requires the ability to work from high level software architecture development to detailed optimization on various processors and GPU families. Working across the Pelican team as well as the many software/hardware vendors in the ecosystem.
You are a software technical leader who loves solving impossible problems and have worked on multiple cutting edge technology development efforts.
You love graphics, GPUs, and squeezing the absolute best performance out of them and the chip architecture that surrounds them. An optimization Ninja.
Apply your embedded software expertise to optimize advanced imaging/video algorithms in our camera. You will be working in a heterogeneous processing environment taking advantage of the full computing potential offered by CPUs, GPUs, DSPs, and ISP co-processors, and building software that seamlessly works across all these variations, optimized for performance and function.
This team delivers high-quality production software to Smartphone OEMs. You will work closely with a highly skilled, multidisciplinary team of engineers.
Skills & Experience
? Love designing and implementing cutting edge embedded software products
? 5+ years developing solutions on multiple CPU/GPU families
? Great design skills and optimizations on graphics and GPU engines
? Understanding of specialized GPU languages (CUDA, OpenCL, OpenGL)
? Android, IOS, and other Operating systems
? Experience working in a heterogeneous computer environment with multi-core Intel or ARM CPUs
and SIMD instructions (SSE/AVX/NEON).
? Aggressive optimization experience in networking, imaging, graphics, multimedia or similar
? Comfortable working at any level of abstraction from high level design on a desktop to low level tuning
on an embedded processor
? Solid programming skills in compiled CPU languages (C/C++/Objective-C),
? Passion for solving problems and identifying new ones
? Expertise with digital cameras, camera processing pipelines and image quality fundamentals and metrics
? Experience shipping a Smartphone or Smartphone component through qualification and mass production
? Imaging, 3D, machine vision, AI, and related experience a plus
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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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