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R&D developer at Kubity

Paris, France   (Posted Sep 8 2016)
About the company
qrVR by Kubity, brings a secure and efficient solution to share and visualize 3D models. Compatible today with SketchUp, Revit, Rhino and Google Cardboard. Sharing 3D models is now safe and instant, and detecting problems or changing design ideas can happen at an earlier stage thanks to the efficient communication between designers and clients. - Scan the QR Code of any 3D model - Cast the model to a browser - Share it via email, Facebook or Twitter - Walk around the model and see it in Virtual Reality

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
You will design and develop software components in a heteogenenous cloud environment.
You care about code quality, maintainability, performance. You understand the underlying algorithms (it's important when dealing with 50M triangles!). You are creative in designing innovative solutions to our problems.
Tasks are various and exciting: 3D scene optimization precalculations, performance hunt for precalculation and rendering, choice of relevant and efficient data structures, integration in a PaaS and IaaS cloud, make a Unity-based rendering engine for WebGL, Android, and iOS.

Skills & requirements
You're a tech-savvy passionate developer and computer scientist. You're interested in algorithms, 3D, and you master at least 1 programming language in this list: C, C++, Java, Go, Python, Rust.
You don't have to be a Go expert to apply!

Instructions how to apply

Company website: Kubity

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Kubity

Location: Paris, France

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