At Resolve we’re building the future of simulations using immersive technology like VR and AR. Today, Resolve helps bridge the communication gap between people who operate buildings and those who design and build them. We've built the most robust application for reviewing industrial facilities on wireless VR devices like the Oculus Quest - our customers love it because it just works even with complex 3D building models.
From data centers to cutting-edge biopharma facilities, Resolve provides a collaborative virtual environment for operations & maintenance teams to review and interact with 3D building models at full scale - decreasing late stage changes during the construction process and delivering a safer, more easily operable building.
Our customers' facilities contain a multitude of complex systems which require careful coordination and review to ensure the building is completed on time and within budget. To prevent rework and increased building maintenance costs, Resolve fixes the broken system of screen-sharing 3D models and 2D floorplans with the operations teams that inherit the building and, instead, gives them easy access to their 3D building models before concrete is poured.
We’re hiring an engineer to build the infrastructure powering our enterprise-grade simulation software. You will architect and maintain critical Unity application logic to meet our customers' needs.
We need an engineer who will help architect and build core back end infrastructure.
Where is Resolve headquartered? We are a 100% remote team. We’re currently distributed across the US and New Zealand!
So, remote is a-ok.
How will Resolve make money? We’re already making money! We’ve been proud of delivering significant value to our customers that they’re willing to pay for our software on an annual basis. We can tell you specifics in an introductory call.
Is Resolve funded? Yes, our investors include Y-Combinator, Metaplanet, GFR, CyberAgent Capital, GFO Companies, Great Oaks Capital, Greg Castle (an early Oculus investor), and Tracy Young and Ralph Gootee (the cofounders of Plangrid), and more.
What makes Resolve so special? Resolve has developed a custom model engine and file format to stream large 3D data sets to wireless VR headsets like the Oculus Quest. Unlike other software in the industry we don’t require people to have a high-end gaming GPUs or cut up their model into chunks. And it’s all automatic so we’re not a 3D studio creating bespoke experiences. We’re targeting the Oculus Quest today, but we believe the future of immersive technology will be untethered and look similar. So we’re making sure we’re learning what it takes for people to be productive with these devices today.
What’s the tech stack? Our web services are all node.js. We have cloud workers that run C++ code that process 3D meshes so that they’re efficiently transmitted and rendered on wireless VR devices. The end user interfaces with the software through a Unity app. We use Unity to build an APK that runs on the Oculus Quest (Android variant) and an EXE that runs a Windows companion app on the desktop for those without a VR headset. We also have C++ plugins that run on the client app to efficiently handle 3D data at runtime (sometimes we need to do things faster than Unity does out of the box).
The core challenges we work on every day: realtime voice and networking, distributed systems, and 3D data mesh processing