AR Engineer Job Description

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AR Engineer Job Description

Job Title: AR Engineer



We are seeking a skilled AR Engineer to design, develop, and implement augmented reality (AR) applications and experiences. In this role, you will collaborate with a team of designers, developers, and stakeholders to create AR solutions that enhance user experience and drive business growth. You will be responsible for developing AR software, integrating AR technology with hardware, and optimizing AR applications for performance and usability.


  • Design and develop AR applications and experiences using AR frameworks and tools such as ARKit, ARCore, and Unity.
  • Collaborate with designers, developers, and stakeholders to define and implement AR features and functionality.
  • Integrate AR technology with hardware components such as sensors and cameras.
  • Optimize AR applications for performance and usability, taking into account factors such as device capabilities, network connectivity, and user experience.
  • Stay up-to-date with emerging AR trends and technologies, and evaluate their potential for integration into existing or future AR solutions.
  • Test and debug AR software, and provide technical support to users as needed.
  • Create and maintain documentation, including technical specifications, user guides, and training materials.
  • Participate in code reviews, and adhere to coding standards and best practices.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a related field.
  • Strong programming skills in languages such as C++, Java, or Python.
  • Experience in developing AR applications using AR frameworks such as ARKit, ARCore, and Unity.
  • Familiarity with hardware components such as sensors and cameras, and their integration with AR technology.
  • Experience in optimizing AR applications for performance and usability.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with designers, developers, and stakeholders to achieve project goals.
  • Strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize workload effectively.


Clarification of Potentially Confusing or Technical Terminology: 


AR (augmented reality):

  • Technology that overlays computer-generated images on top of the real world, usually viewed through a mobile device or headset.

AR frameworks:

  • Software development tools that help create AR applications and experiences.

ARKit and ARCore:

  • Popular AR frameworks developed by Apple and Google, respectively.


  • A popular game engine that can be used to create AR experiences.

Code reviews:

  • Evaluations of a programmer’s code by peers or senior developers to ensure it is of high quality and adheres to coding standards.


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