Senior Unity programmers, 3D modelers, and architectural modelers

Posted On: March 25th, 2014    Job Type: Freelance    Job Location:

Arch Virtual is looking to fill several positions for Unity3D, 3D modeling and Oculus Rift gurus. The positions will initially start on an as-needed freelance basis, with the goal of quickly growing into full-time positions upon successful completion of several projects.

We’re not just looking for helpers! We’re looking for highly motivated, creative and experienced developers who are as obsessed with creating jaw-dropping, bar-raising applications with Unity as we are.

Arch Virtual focuses mainly on non-games or ‘serious game’ applications, including medical simulations, advertising experiences, manufacturing visualization, trade-show sales demos, architectural visualization and more.

The position is remote / virtual.

The two main areas we’re looking for more help with are as follows:

Senior Unity3D Guru
We need someone with an in-depth, senior level understanding of Unity3D (and optionally, Oculus Rift also) who can manage the process of integrating, scripting, testing and polishing virtual reality experiences. A thorough knowledge of and experience working with audio, lighting (+ beast), animation, Mecanim, C#, NGUI, shaders, particles and a highly organized project file management is required. Must have a solid understanding of optimization and interface development for Rift applications.

Senior 3D Modeling Guru
We’re looking for 3D modelers with advanced skills in 3DS and/or Maya. Thorough understanding of creating highly realistic but low-poly models, UV mapping, mental ray (or V-Ray), lighting, lightmap baking / transfer maps, etc. is required. Organic modeling, rigging and animation a plus, but not required. Ability to read architectural drawings a plus, but also not required. Applicant must have access to a non-educational copy of Maya or 3DS.

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