Interactive Spherical Application Developer

Posted On: August 2nd, 2015    Job Type: Part Time    Job Location: ,

4 month initial contract. Possible extension to full-time contract.

To work on an interactive media player for a multitouch spherical display technology. You will work on an existing application in active development, which we require extra work on. You will be developing new features; refactoring existing code; integrating features from other existing applications and writing automated tests.

Immediate start date preferred, you will be required to work from our office in Edinburgh, UK.

Required skills
• C#;
• Source code control and job ticketing systems (preferably git);
• Shader knowledge.

Desirable skills
• Good mathematics and trigonometry knowledge;
• HTML/CSS/JavaScript/Ruby;
• Installer scripts;
• Video caching and playback in Unity.

You will be working for Pufferfish Displays: See: for example work.

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Pufferfish Ltd develop dynamic digital display systems and offer a full range of media services to complement our products. Our mission is to produce and provide unique multimedia platforms that are practical, innovative and reliable.

Our specialist spherical display systems, PufferSpheres®, constitute a range of easy-to-deploy full 360-degree viewing windows suitable for use across a wide range of industries and applications. From large scale live production to intimate bijou events, experiential branding to innovative advertising, world renowned museums to independent visitor attractions and research to education, we are always looking for opportunities to introduce more people to a different way of thinking about the use of video in public.

In the past three years, Pufferfish® are proud to have delivered over 140 projects within 25 countries to some of the world’s most prestigious brands and institutions. We operate in a diverse and wide range of sectors which include everything from museum and visitor attractions, experiential marketing, event production, TV spectaculars, and corporate showcases through to leading universities and research institutions in the fields of geosciences, human computer interface and meteorological research.

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