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Multimedia 3D Specialist @ Delhi ( For a MNC )

Ascent Human Solutions Private Limited

Job Location: New Delhi , India

Experience: 3 To 10 (years)

Date Posted: 2020-01-10 00:52:40

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Member of the digital content creation and design team within the Product Visualization team which is providing digital media content to all business areas within the organization. Tasks: CAD-Data Preparation and Pre-processing for various Product Visualization Media Products (Images, Animation-Videos, Interactive Media). 3D Data Clean up/Scene Layout and Set Up. Creating realistic 3D Assets based on CAD-Data for real-time applications (AR/VR-ready). Skills: Good English language and communication skills are required for an international work environment. Very Good knowledge of Autodesk Maya (Modeling/Texturing/Animation) and other DCC Tools. Good knowledge of low poly game - asset creation (Model-Blocking, UV Layouting, Texturing, Baking). Good knowledge of image and graphics assets processing/editing/creation in Adobe CC (Photoshop and Illustrator). Basic knowledge of high poly to low poly workflows. Basic knowledge PBR- texturing workflows. Basic knowledge of shading/rendering/lighting (Vray). Interest in VR and AR. Ability to think creatively to resolve technical challenges and limitations. Basic knowledge of game engines such as Untiy 3D. Optional: Basic knowledge of CAD-Software (Autodesk Inventor).

  • Number of Vacancy:

  • Category:

    IT-Software / Software Services
  • job Nature:

    Full time
  • Salary Range:

    Rs 500000 To 1000000
  • Employment Type:

  • Role:

    Graphic/Web Designer

Educational Requirments

UG Qualifications
Any Graduate In Any Specialization
PG Qualifications:
Post Graduate Not Required In None
Doctorate Not Required In None


  • 3D
  • Autodesk
  • media
  • automation
  • layout

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