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Open positions at Holografika

*Open Positions in European Training Network on Full Parallax Imaging* We are looking for two dedicated and intrinsically motivated early stage researchers (ESRs), who will join our team creating the future of 3D displays. The candidates must hold a Master degree in a relevant field, and have no more than 4 years of full-time work / research experience, nor a granted PhD degree at the time of hiring.

*Project description*

Current displays fall far short of truly recreating visual reality. This can never be achieved by painting an image on a flat surface such as a TV screen, but requires a full-parallax display which can recreate the complete lightfield, i.e. the light travelling in every direction through every point in space. Recent years have seen major developments towards this goal, promising a new generation of ultra-realistic displays with applications in medicine, informatics, manufacturing, entertainment, gaming and more. However, achieving this will require a new generation of researchers trained both in the relevant physics, and in the biology of human vision. The European Training Network on Full-Parallax Imaging (ETN-FPI) aims at developing this new generation.

These Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions are within the European Training Network on Full Parallax Imaging (ETN-FPI), funded by the MARIE SK?ODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS of the Horizon2020 Framework Programme of the European Commission, which offers highly competitive and attractive salary and working conditions. The recruited ESRs will be offered the possibility to conduct PhD studies at a local university in Budapest, Hungary, visit other network partners for secondments, and attend the training events of the network.



This advertised position is at Holografika, which is an internationally recognized 3D display research and development company with closely working groups of optical, electrical, mechanical and software engineers. Holografika is one of the few high-tech SMEs in Hungary which have been granted with numerous research awards in the past years, acknowledging the excellence of their work done in the field of 3D display design, application specific rendering and acceleration techniques, and research related to the future of 3DTV. In 2005 Holografika Ltd. was a recipient of Red Herring 100 Europe award. In

2006 The World Economic Forum has announced Holografika as a Technology Pioneer. In 2008, Holografika won the „Best Exhibit” Silver Prize at ICT Lyon Exhibition. In 2014, Holografika won the “One to Watch” award at the GPU Technology Conference.


*Position #1: GPU assisted lightfield data processing *Develop algorithms for fast decompression and processing of dense lightfield or image+depth data on GPUs. Design and implement lightfield volume renderer for general processing of volumetric data (CT, MRI, 3D microscopy).**Expectred results are: A prototype implementation capable of decompressing and processing lightfield video streams with GPU assistance preferably in real-time, thus allowing streaming lightfield video from the network. A real-time volume renderer that is optimized for lightfield displays, and is capable of performing photorealistic as well as illustrative rendering.


*Position #2: Interactive full-parallax 3D display (HoloDeck)* Develop bare-hand interaction and manipulation techniques for 3D scenes floating in air, involving suitable sensors, software for hand tracking, and algorithms to detect object manipulations (proximity, touching the boundaries of objects, etc) and react on them (movement, rotation, etc).

Design and implement interface to the format of a popular CAD software to enable loading designs as 3D models. Design and implement a physical simulation environment integrated with the interaction and manipulation system. Expected outcome is a software environment that enables the natural interaction and manipulation of 3D scenes, which, when run on a 3D display, enables the users to manipulate objects as if they were present in physical reality.


*Applicant Profile*

•    Master degree in computer science, electrical engineering,

telecommunications or similar

•    Excellent background in computer science, familiarity with recent

computer hardware

•    Strong programming skills in C++

•    Team player

•    Practical approach to achieve goals, independent, proactive

•    Creativity and willingness to work in an international and

inter-disciplinary project

•    Familiarity with 3D displays is considered as major advantage

•    Excellent communication skills (both written and oral) in English

•    Hungarian communication skills are a plus


*More information and application*

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