Bring your passion to us!

We are seeking seasoned veterans, propeller hat scientists and enthusiastic students to join us and to be part of the team that will change the world of 3D graphics. Join us in bringing 3D to everyone! Up for the challenge? Read below what it’s like to work at Umbra and check out our open positions …

Getting It Just Right – Benchmarking On HoloLens

“Ahhh, this porridge is just right,” – Goldilocks Finding the exact balance in any recipe is work that requires a fine taste and a lot of hours invested in the kitchen. A bit too much of anything is almost as bad as being a wee short. Never too much baking, but neither too little. The perfect equilibrium is …

See Umbra’s new HoloLens demo at Gamescom 2016!

August, and most importantly Gamescom, are finally here! This is definitely one of our favorite events and the sheer size of it is just massive! Umbra will be attending again this year, you can find us inside the business area (Hall 2.1, booth D022) where we have few exciting demos for you to see. The city …

Umbra & Spotscale Presents: The Castle of Kalmar in HoloLens

We did some optimization for Spotscale a while back, as they had this huge 3D model of Kalmar Castle. The original data is 1,5M triangles which makes it kinda hard to run on any device. Our tech automatically reduced the triangle count to 72 000, allowing the content to run perfectly on HoloLens. Here is …

Games are not the system seller for VR

A while back, Sampo wrote about the challenges in developing virtual reality games. It’s no secret that almost all of us are passionate gamers. Obviously we are eager to see what the future will hold for VR gaming – other than horror experiences that is – as it’s a huge step in graphics performance as well. …

Knee-Deep in the Dead again – DOOM is here!

Excuse me kids, grandpa needs to sit down for this one… I can still remember that cold Saturday back in December 1993 when my friend came over with a stack of floppy disks that he’d been downloading overnight with his top-of-the line 14400bps (hey, that’s a whopping 1.8 kilobytes per second!) Supra modem from a local …