Friday, July 21, 2017

Excellent computer graphics developers wanted

As we are nearing the launch of our product, our team is expanding. We're currently looking for a graphics developer and a full-stack developer to join our team in NZ with the following skills and experience:

3D Graphics Developer

  • Bachelor, Master or PhD in Computer Science or similar field
  • Specialisation in computer graphics
  • (Constructive) Solid experience with parametric and non-parametric 3D modelling algorithms
  • Strong mathematical background (especially linear algebra + multivariable calculus)
  • Very good command of C++11 and OpenGL
  • Web development experience desirable
  • Experience with functional programming languages such as Erlang and Haskell is a plus (but not required)
  • Love for learning cutting edge experimental languages and frameworks
  • Flexible, can-do attitude
  • Perfectionist attitude and obsessed with quality
  • Be part of a very fast moving team
  • Keen to move, live and work in New Zealand

Full-Stack Web Developer

We're also looking for a top notch full-stack web developer to join our team. Candidates for this role should have:

  • Bachelor or Master in Computer Science or equivalent field
  • Minimum of 3 years of working experience with front-end and back-end web development (e.g. Django, Angular.js and Bootstrap)
  • Hands-on experience with and an unbounded passion for real-time high quality 3D graphics (WebGL, physically based rendering, see e.g.
  • Experience with dynamic languages such as Go desirable
  • Knowledge of WebAssembly desirable
  • Creative and original problem solving skills
  • Unrelentless hunger to learn more and become an expert in your field
  • UI design skills are a plus
  • Ability to work independently
  • Show initiative and be highly motivated, perfectionist and driven
  • Keen on working in NZ 

Send your CV to 

Applications will close once we find the right candidates to fill the role


erichlof said...

Hi Sam, thank you for the link to my project page! Can't wait to see what you guys have been working on. It sounds very exciting. Best of luck to you all!

Sam Lapere said...

No problem Erich. Your real-time path traced ocean looks quite stunning btw.