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Why You Want to Work at Snapchat

why you want to work at snapchat

Working at Snapchat is so much fun it was hard to get work done. That’s what some Snap employees are saying. But with an audience of over 300 million people who use Snapchat every month this could be the place to work at if you want to change the world. Every month the equivalent of everyone in the US uses Snapchat. Every day over 175 million people send Snaps. Snapchat reaches over 41% of those between the ages of 18 and 34 and 71% of the Snapchat users are under the age of 34.  45% of Snapchat users are between 18 and 34 and the company is valued over $20 billion dollars. Keep in mind that Snapchat is only 3 years old. Snap is a public company as of March 2017 and expects to generate over $750 million dollars in 2017.  While its exceptional growth has slowed since going public 300 million users is a lot of adoption. What is SnapChat? Snap says that they are a camera company and that reinventing the camera represents their strongest way to improve the way people live and communicate.  They want their users to “live in the moment, learn about the world, and…

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What Will Making a VR Game While in Virtual Reality be like?

What Will Making a VR Game While in Virtual Reality be like?

Everyone pretty much knows at this point that Virtual Reality is finally starting to take off in a big way and develop into the uber-cool piece of futuristic awesomeness that we’ve drooled over in sci-fi movies and TV shows for decades. One of the companies that has a lot to gain from these advances and is also actively adding to them is Unity, creators of one of the top game engines around today. Unity has finally released it’s highly anticipated suite of VR editing tools in a free download for developers called EditorVR, and it’s incredible. Building Virtual Reality inside VR If you’re not a developer, the simplest way to describe EditorVR is as a VR game for VR developers. When a gamer plays a VR game, they get to interact with their surroundings in an almost real way, picking things up and moving them around as they move their real hands and arms to do the same. That fun interactive experience is possible because the game developers spent endless hours with a mouse and keyboard programming it to work that way, then switching to a VR headset to check and make sure it worked right. Then switching back to the mouse…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Infinite Analytics Can they Predict What you Will Buy Next?

Techcrunch Interviews Infinite Analytics Can they Predict What you Will Buy Next

If you want to work in the future today then this media job at Infinite Analytics could be for you.  Infinite Analytics enables their customers to use their eCommerce data to predict consumer behavior and personalize experiences. Infinite Analytics utilizes machine learning, natural language processing, random forest modeling, image recognition, and semantic technologies to drive increased sales and conversions on client sites. The secret sauce is matching individual’s profiles to product profiles, which they call genomes.  In essence Infinite Analytics is learning everything about the people that buy specific products and matching that information with the deep profiles they develop of your website visitors. We spoke with Arjun Mendhi, the Director of Products for Infinite Analytics, who talked about all the great MIT minds that are at work finding ways to maximize sales from ecommerce stores. But isn’t all this personalization biasing the results?  Only showing your products you’re most likely to buy vs letting you explore the products?  Arjun explains how it all works to Roy Weissman of Media Jobs:     Roy: This is Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com, and we’re talking with Arjun Mendhi, the Director of Products for Infinite Analytics.   Arjun, tell us, what is Infinite Analytics?…

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Can SyncThink Read Your Mind?

Can SyncThink Read Your Mind?

Boston-based SyncThink has received their tenth patent in the US, if it holds up to legal challenges from other VR companies exploring similar advances. The patent is related to tracking eye movements in virtual reality headsets, an application which they’ve already put to good medical use and which has the potential to open up many new possibilities in VR technology. Earlier this year SyncThink, founded by Dr. Jamshid Ghajar, MD, PhD, FACS, and President of the Brain Trauma Foundation, gained FDA approval for their EYE-SYNC device. EYE-SYNC is a neuro-technology device which tracks eye movements is order to determine if a sports player has developed a concussion during or after a game. The device tracks the eyes for abnormal movement, which is a hallmark of concussions, and according to the company can return a diagnosis in sixty seconds, and is accurate and reliable. Stanford University’s Sports Medicine program is already using EYE-SYNC to screen athletes during games and determine whether they can return to play, and they believe it could become the diagnostic gold standard for sports-related concussions with every team and organization from high school through the professional level. While sports and military injuries are the primary focus right now, the implications…

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Is 360 Video the Future of Media?

Is 360 video the future of media?

Know anything about 360 Video? It’s said that the best tech is the tech you don’t notice. The same idea could be restated as, a revolutionary new breakthrough hasn’t really achieved success until its reached critical mass as a part of the general public’s everyday routines. So while virtual reality is arguably one of the coolest tech developments in history, it’s still essentially sitting on the sidelines as a novelty. Granted, it’s trying hard to get in the game, but so far it’s still the favorite new toy of the cutting edge crowd. 2017 could be the year that changes, that the first killer app for VR brings it onto Main Street. There are signs that this is coming, and one of them is just now developing across a number of “mainstream” areas – 360 videos. 360 Video is it! Your Panoramic Photo is Old School 360 videos are next evolution from the panoramic photos taken with smartphones, which might be considered the most basic form of VR. Of course they need special omni-directional cameras or a special rig with multiple cameras to shoot them, which smartphones don’t have (yet), in order to capture a 360 degree view of the…

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