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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Open position: Computer Vision researcher for Augmented Reality use

Hi all,

There is a permanent, full-time position open as a Computer Vision
researcher for Augmented Reality available from January 2007.

A more detailed description is available at 

ARMUSEMENT is a newly established company focusing on Augmented Reality (AR)
technology. Today we have 3 man-years employed, and we expect rapid
expansion in 2007. The company is on the edge of the technology development
based on internal research and adoption of the latest academic research
results within the area. ARMUSEMENT has close cooperation with one of the
leading European universities, and will become the first or one of the first
companies in the world that delivers a commercial permanent AR attraction
when the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History opens their main attraction in
June 2007. The attraction features real AR with head mounted displays and
natural features tracking, enabling 10 visitors to enjoy the show
simultaneously. The delivery is part of a research project supported by the
Norwegian state (Innovation Norway). Our first focus is on the attraction
industry, but in the future the technology will be developed for other
industries like oil/offshore, architecture, teaching and other. The company
is located in Kristiansand, the southern part of Norway.

We are looking for motivated and skilled researchers with a master- or PhD
degree from computer vision. The position will focus on research and
continued development of our technology platform ARENGINE (TM), including
development of projects for our customers.

Best regards,
Torbjrn Engedal

Torbjrn Engedal

Mob: +47 986 34 111