MakerBot is looking for a programmer specializing in Computational Geometry, who also has experience with image processing. The right person will be a strong team player, have project management skills and is used to working in a deadline driven, structured programming environment.
-Impeccable communication skills and ability to interact with a wide range of users
-BS/MS degree in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or another applicable subject preferred
-3+ years professional C++ experience (or equivalent)
-Expertise in Geometry Processing / Computational 3D Geometry
-Demonstrated Project Management
-Tight deadline & delivery experience
-Excellent team player, accountability and attention to detail
-Familiarity with 3D printing or MakerBot
-Previous experience working on Polygonal Meshing applications
-UVC Video Class programming
-Point Cloud Manipulation Tools (such as PCL)
-Familiar with 3D Printing and Toolpath Generation tools (such as Skeinforge)
MakerBot Industries is a rapidly growing, Brooklyn-based startup that designs and manufactures low cost 3D printers. We make machines that make things! We’re deeply committed to open source hardware and software, and have the goal of getting these incredible tools into the hands of makers, inventors, and ordinary people around the world. Check us out in the New York Times, Wired, and on The Colbert Report.
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