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As the media indus­tries con­tin­ue their fast growth more and more tech­nol­o­gists are need­ed and thou­sands of tech­nol­o­gy jobs at the top com­pa­nies go unfilled. In order for these com­pa­nies to inno­vate and grow they are cre­at­ing new prod­uct devel­op­ment jobs, soft­ware devel­op­er jobs, and prod­uct man­age­ment jobs every day through­out the world. MediaJobs.com has the infor­ma­tion that con­nects pro­fes­sion­als with the peo­ple, com­pa­nies, prod­ucts, and resources they need to land excit­ing new devel­op­ment jobs. So, whether you’re look­ing for entry lev­el devel­op­ment jobs or some­thing at the oth­er end of the spec­trum like a prod­uct man­ag­er job, Mediajobs.com has the infor­ma­tion you need to get start­ed. Use this web­site to find media jobs at cut­ting edge tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies through­out the world includ­ing Apple, Google, Face­book, Twit­ter, 2tor, LocalVox, Uber, Pen­ta­ho , Gig­walk, Clever and Run­tas­tic. We also pro­vide infor­ma­tion about the most up and com­ing tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies such as Songza, Love­ly, Bench­prep, Deez­er and many more. The com­pa­nies devel­op inno­v­a­tive web­sites and appli­ca­tions that are chang­ing our world every day. We offer Career Intel­li­gence for the media job seek­er at MediaJobs.com You’ll find more infor­ma­tion about the newest cut­ting edge com­pa­nies, prod­ucts and peo­ple right here. You can also search for avail­able jobs by click­ing here or using the pro­vid­ed search box above.

How is VNTANA Creating Social Augmented Reality with Hologram Technology?

How is VNTANA Creating Social Augmented Reality with Hologram Technology?

When fans wit­nessed the late rap­per Tupac Shakur appear­ing onstage with the still very alive Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at Coachel­la back in 2012, there were prob­a­bly more than a few of them who thought they were hav­ing a Wood­stock “don’t eat the brown acid” moment. How­ev­er good or bad the drugs were at the fes­ti­val, how­ev­er, they weren’t respon­si­ble for see­ing a long-dead artist per­form­ing on stage. It was a holo­gram, and it was real­ly cool. 3D holo­grams have been part of our imag­i­na­tion and sci-fi cul­ture for decades. At this point it’s noth­ing spe­cial to see a movie where the bad guy thinks he’s got the drop on the good guy, only to find out he’s actu­al­ly shoot­ing at a holo­gram instead. But that’s the movies. See­ing Tupac rap­ping more than 15 years after his death is real life — sort of, any­way. And since then there have been oth­er pop cul­ture stunts with holo­grams as well. Now a com­pa­ny is bring­ing the holo­gram expe­ri­ence to the mass­es in a very cool way. VNTANA cre­at­ed their tech­nol­o­gy by hack­ing a first gen­er­a­tion Microsoft Kinect a few years ago. Then they sent a video of what they’d done…

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Doob 3D Could Replace the Photo Industry with Real-Life Sculptures

Doob 3D Could Replace the Photo Industry with Real-Life Sculptures

For cen­turies, peo­ple com­mis­sioned painters to cre­ate por­traits of them or their fam­i­lies to hang on the walls (if they could afford to do so). The inven­tion of pho­tog­ra­phy brought this lux­u­ry of self-admi­ra­­tion to the mass­es.  As cam­eras became com­mon­place every­one began snap­ping pho­tos at wed­dings, hol­i­days, and oth­er impor­tant events. Then came the dig­i­tal age, the cam­era phone, and final­ly the smart­phone, and sud­den­ly there were bil­lions of pic­tures and videos being tak­en and post­ed online dai­ly. And as we all know, a huge chunk of these were — or rather are, since we’re now up to date — self­ies. We’ve been spend­ing time look­ing at our­selves since mir­rors were invent­ed, and the dom­i­na­tion of self­ies across image shar­ing sites shows that this habit isn’t going any­where soon. But like every­thing else in life, tech­nol­o­gy keeps rein­vent­ing and chang­ing how we do things. In this case, how we admire our­selves. After all, pho­tos are so last cen­tu­ry. It’s time we were able to admire our­selves in new and bet­ter ways. Doob 3D, a 3D print­ing com­pa­ny, agrees. The Dus­sel­­dorf-based busi­ness now has four 3D scan­ning booths set up in the US — two in New York and one each in…

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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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Tesla – Why you want to work at Tesla The Future of Cars – 1000 Jobs Available

Why you want to work at Tesla – The Future of Cars – 1289 Jobs Available

Why is Tes­la on MediaJobs.com?  Because soft­ware is media and soft­ware is the engine of today’s car. For decades we’ve been promised that the future of cars is right around the cor­ner. Fly­ing cars, self-dri­v­ing cars, elec­tric cars, you name it. In the last decade we’ve final­ly seen some strides being made on every auto­mo­tive front imag­in­able, but then hor­ri­ble prod­ucts like the Chevy Volt dri­ve us right back to our old stan­dard gas-guz­­zling cars of yes­ter­year. But despite the short­com­ings or out­right fail­ings of many of these attempt­ed advances, there’s one com­pa­ny that has been a plea­sure to watch and antic­i­pate — Tes­la. Tes­la Makes Real, Great Elec­tric Cars Tes­la is a true rev­o­lu­tion in the auto­mo­tive indus­try, and their vehi­cles are noth­ing short of awe­some. The only down­side is that for the aver­age per­son they have been too far out of our price range. Sure, there are plen­ty of oth­er car makes and mod­els that are more expen­sive, but when you’re try­ing to bring the elec­tric car to mass­es a start­ing price of over $65,000 isn’t going to make the kids of inroads you want. Not that you don’t get what you pay for. In addi­tion to being recharge­able…

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