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Graphics Engineer for System Software, Low Level Component, and Tools

Position Summary PlayStation® isn’t just the Best Place to Play —it’s also the Best Place to Work. We’ve thrilled gamers since 1994, when we launched the original PlayStation.
We listen to the voices of game developers around the world and develop exciting experience.
As a Graphics Programmer, you will be working on core graphics technologies for the PlayStation that will be used in every shipped title.
(Ex: Graphics related Kernel/User Mode Driver, Graphics SDK Library, Performance and Debugging Tools, hardware design and evangelism)
Responsibilities Design and program low level graphics engine components to be used by development teams around the world.
Create robust tools of GPU profiling/debugging for the PlayStation® platform.
Create clean, efficient, and well tested code.
Support 1st and 3rd party development teams across the world.
Collaborate with our sister technology groups on global projects.
Write high quality user documentation.
Develop, maintain, and improve new and existing Windows UI code.
Continuously improve the user experience and performance of the tool based on internal and external feedback.
Additional responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
Required qualifications Excellent 3D math skills. (linear algebra, vector math.)
Strong graphics background.
Strong knowledge of C and C++ programming languages.
Strong knowledge of industry standard graphics APIs. (DirectX, OpenGL, libGCM, Gnm Library.)
Self-motivated individual with excellent problem solving skills.
Desire to understand hardware at a low level.
Good communication skills.
Preferred qualifications Console programming experience *Preferred*.
Knowledge of shader programming languages (PSSL/HLSL/GLSL/Cg) *Preferred*.
Experience with GPGPU or Compute Shaders *Preferred*.
B.S. in Computer Science and/or Mathematics or equivalent work experience.
Product, Service PlayStation.
Development Environment Windows, FreeBSD, Linux.
C, C++, Assembler, Shader Programming.
Essay Required
Coding Test Not Required
Location Tokyo, Japan
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