Apple ctinues its hiring efforts related to augmented reality and virtual reality, according to a job offer discovered by 9to5Mac. The company today posted a new job offer for a 3D UI Frameworks engineer, and signs indicate that the positi is related to Apple's going work augmented reality headphes.
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The Technology Development Group is looking for a 3D Frame UI engineer who will "drive the next generati of interactive experiences for our platform."
Apple says that the pers hired in this post will be able to build software that affects both developers and users interact with hardware products. In additi, the pers will work with augmented reality and virtual reality in the form of ARKit and Metal 2 frameworks from Apple.
What is most interesting in the positi is the menti of a 3D engineer UI Frameworks, stating that it could be related to Apple.
Apple says the pers should have 5 years of experience in software development, as well as a BS / MS / PhD in computer science, or equivalent experience. Here is the complete descripti of the work:
Apple's user interface frameworks define the look of our software and products. You will have the opportunity to create software that directly affects how developers and customers interact with our products. You will be working with some of the most advanced of Apple …