We are looking for a part-time developer to work in head-tracking applications for the next generation of 3D audio reproduction systems [login to view URL]
The individual will lead the task of analysing various commercially available natural interaction sensors (RealSense, Orbbec and webcam based applications) and develop a working solution based on the available sensor´s SDK that interacts with the audio reproduction system.
The individual skillset must contain:
This project could well be extended beyond the initial two months, and if you are interest in helping us introducing the sound systems of the future, please, get in touch.
This project is framed inside the EPSRC programme S3A (collaboration between University of Surrey, University of Southampton, University of Salford and BBC R&D). The individual could work remotely and will be in close contact with Soton Audio Labs technical team, based in Southampton, UK.