OFFER ES-740:

UNITY 3D DEVELOPER (VR) INTERNSHIP IN BURGOS SPAIN

DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPANY: Spanish company that combines virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and extended reality (RX) to develop learning processes oriented to the needs of companies seeking to adapt to industry 4.0.
LOCATION: Burgos (Spain)
SIZE: <10
INTERNSHIP DURATION: 6 months
START DATE: As soon as possible
AREAS: Computer Studies, Media & Marketing, Arts
REQUIREMENTS: About 3D development:
-3D modelling tools (Blender, Maya, etc..) 3D Character modelling and animation.
-Creative and organize person who likes to create 3D VR environments.
-Polygon optimisation techniques 3D, oriented design Unity 3D integration objects VR Knowledge.
-Mars library (AR) for Unity 3D to simulate the movement of a VR device.
-Experience with VR & AR working on Unity 3D
-Previous knowledge or experience with C# y .net
RECOMMENDATIONS: About AI:
-Big data, Artificial Intelligence, Analytics, Machine learning, Git, Web developments, Non-SQL databases.
-Knowledge of Deep Learning Machine working with Sklearn Libraries (Phyton)
-Fluency working in Anaconda environment (Phyton) and experience with data sets (training and streamline data sets)
- Experience with PyTorch, TensorFlow or Scikit-learn.
- Experience with IBM Watson
TASKS:
  • Cooperate with other departments in order to meet company's business goals
  • Clarifying what actions the program is intended to perform
  • Help combining all elements of the program design and testing it
  • Developing new design concepts, graphics and layouts
  • Work with a range of media, including computer-aided design (CAD) and keep up to date with emerging technologies
  • Demonstrate illustrative skills with rough sketches and work on layouts ready for print
  • Create images and designs by using the traditional hand skills of drawing and painting, alongside other techniques, to meet design briefs
  • Use computer-aided design (CAD) packages to scan images and change size, colours and other elements
  • Help in development of new projects and initiatives in consultation with arts professionals and key stakeholders
  • Review and evaluate existing designs and look for ways to improve them
WORKING HOURS: 35 hours per week
LANGUAGES:
  • English (at least B2)
FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION:
HIRING AFTERWARDS: Yes
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