Posted: 02-02-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command  – ARL West (Playa Vista)

Level: Post Baccalaureate/Graduate student

General Topic: Computer/Data Science 

Description of Research: In this project, you will support the design and development of AR/VR/XR applications that align with the objectives of ARL’s Military Information Sciences. Responsibilities include, design and implement applications using Unity for XR devices, with a strong emphasis on optimizing performance and maintaining high-quality standards. Integrate the latest XR technologies and research findings into the research and development process to create novel and impactful applications. Conduct experiments and user studies to gather feedback and insights, iterating on designs to improve user experience and overall project success. Collaborate closely with multi-disciplinary teams, including researchers, designers, and data scientists, to analyze data, draw meaningful conclusions, and present findings. You will be selected based on the following qualifications: Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to think creatively to overcome technical challenges. Outstanding communication and collaboration skills to work effectively in a research-driven team environment. Experience in developing AR/VR/XR and applications for various XR devices. Experience in conducting user studies, usability testing, and data analysis to inform design decisions and research outcomes.

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