DICE is looking for a Masters student to investigate virtual reality technology as part their thesis, with the view integrate it into its Frostbite engine.
The master thesis is an unpaid and temporary employment position, and it is not necessary to be associated with a university or educational body.
“At times we’re also able to offer internships within different areas and as of now we’re looking for someone who can do their Master thesis within VR Technology in Games,” DICE’s head of recruitment Fredrik Johnsson told Develop.
Task for the role include: exploring existing research for relevant subjects, investigate and implement support for Oculus Rift SDK in the Frostbite Engine and investigate and implement techniques for improving user experience.
Applicants should have experience in C++ programming and knowledge about VR technology and rendering is recommended.
The studio has been considering research into VR in the recent past.
As well as these intern positions, DICE is currently looking to hire an additional 60 people to its game development team and the Frostbite team.
More information can be found at DICE’s website.