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Physics Engineer (Retro Studios)
Founded in 1998, Retro Studios is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nintendo Company, Ltd. Retro is a state-of-the-art game development studio, working in conjunction with Nintendo to bring award-winning games to Nintendo's cutting-edge next-generation platforms. Retro Studios is located in beautiful Austin, Texas. With rolling hills, scenic waterways, abundant wildlife, vibrant music and film scenes, and a laid-back cosmopolitan culture, Austin is a dynamic city with an excellent quality of life. Austin's sunny weather also supports a great range of outdoor activities, providing plenty of venues for top-notch game developers to recharge and unwind.
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
contributor that develops, writes and debugs code for video game software and
tools with a specific focus on engine programming for rendering and various
other systems as required.
Designs, develops, writes, tests, and
implements code and shaders in HLSL and GLSL
Writes clear, maintainable, portable
Writes documentation for other
Anticipates, identifies and articulates
problem areas and develops preventative solutions
Participates in providing feedback for
the work of other Engineers
Qualifications & Requirements
SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS
Prior experience working on physics and simulation systems for AAA video games required
Experience implementing and debugging physics solvers and computing contact resolutions
5 years of experience preferred
Effective organization, analytical and problem solving skills
Strong understanding of 3D math and physics
Be familiar and have experience with collision and collision acceleration structures and algorithms
Professional experience in programming C/C and C#
Background in object-oriented design and software engineering methodologies
Ability to work in a highly collaborative environment with rapidly changing requirement, with a focus on quality is a must
Undergraduate degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field required, or specific experience video game programming. Advanced degree preferred.
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