Sunnyvale, CA; Plantation, FL (HQ); Austin, TX; Culver City, CA;
Seattle, WA; Toronto, ON; Remote
Magic Leap is an eclectic group of people who share a magical
vision of the future. And we’re growing.
Our mission is to harmonize people and technology to create a
better, more unified world. Our vision is to amplify the best parts
of you and to advance the human spirit.
Work closely with other teams to design and develop software
solutions across teams and platforms.
Work closely with stakeholders to communicate software
Write code, samples, prototypes, test cases, and unit tests
Provide thoughtful, actionable, and supportive feedback during
code and design reviews.
Mentor team members
5-7+Years of professional experience with C++
Must have deep (5+ years) experience with at least one of the
Webkit, Blink or other web rendering engines
Graphics: OpenGL, WebGL or Vulkan
3D engines and game development
Shipped a consumer device or major software application.
Embedded operating systems development
Experience with WebXR, Three.js or babylonJS are nice to
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or
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