Aspiring virtual reality content producer take note, Google wants to give you a chance to test the Jump camera system it developed for recording video for virtual reality environments.
People interested in trying their hand at capturing 360-degree video with Jump can fill out a form Google posted on Monday that asks basic biographical questions as well as details on how they would use the system.
Google didn't say how many "select creators" it would chose, but those who are picked will be able to start using the 16-camera rig this summer.
Google seems especially interested in people with creative backgrounds. The jobs that people can select in the form's occupation section include filmmaker, director, artist and production staff - but there is an "other" section that allows write-ins if none of the above apply.
There's also a section where applicants can explain why they want to test Jump and "awesome answers might put you at the top of the list," Google said.
Google worked with GoPro to build Jump, which has 16 of the company's Hero4 cameras attached to a circular frame. Jump's price and availability weren't provided when the rig was shown at Google's I/O developer's conference in May. However, given that a Hero4 camera retails for approximately $500 (£360), initial Jump buyers will likely have deep pockets.