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R&D Software Engineer

A010430

Skillsearch Limited

Salary on application

Los Angeles, United States

United States

Programming and Development

ASAP

06/01/2020

06/03/2020

Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

No

R&D Software Engineer in Los Angeles

Are you a Software Engineer with experience in the games industry and looking for a new challenge? This could be the perfect opportunity for you!

As an R&D Software Engineer at this studio in sunny Los Angeles, you will be working on building and testing prototype tools for their live performance broadcasts, as well as implementing them ready for use in performances.

The studio is working on disrupting the entertainment industry in the form of changing live performances to what has never been seen before. Having already worked with some highly successful artists, the studio is set for great things in the future, as they continue to grow! As a part of the team you will benefit from healthcare benefits as well as stock options.

R&D Software Engineer key responsibilities:

Prototype and implement new designs into live performance broadcast tools

Work on hacking together hardware prototypes: motion capture, face tracking and MIDI controllers

Work with the platform team to develop prototypes into tested features ready for mainstream use

Essential requirements for this role in LA:

Expert in C#

Significant programming experience in games projects or similar

Experience in a rapid prototyping role

Experience of working in agile development

Good knowledge of game and music mechanics

Tags: R&D Engineer, Research and Development, R and D, Software Engineer, VR, AR, LA, Los Angeles, C#, Csharp

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