Hiverlab drives digital transformation with emerging technologies to redefine human interactions for an innovative and inclusive world, with a current focus on Spatial Computing. Our platform products and enterprise solutions cover a range of latest technologies, including data analytics, AR / VR / MR, cloud computing, 5G etc., to empower organizations around the world to build their future digital infrastructure.
With close to 7 years of corporate history, we are a young company rooted deeply into our target sectors. We have witnessed a few waves of immersive technology, including the current buzz with "Metaverse”. Seeing through the hypes, our vision never changes and we are growing rapidly in the region.
For more information, please visit: https://www.hiverlab.com/.
3D assets creation for various projects including texturing, lighting and rendering
Optimizing 3D assets for real time performance and visual quality
Communicate with teammates for proper implementation of 3D assets
Other ad-hoc duties, if necessary.
3D modelling experience
Knowledge of one or more softwares like Blender, Maya, Substance Painter and Cinema4D is preferred
Self-initiated, with the ability to manage your own time effectively with minimal supervision.
Proactive problem solving skills with attention to details and sense of responsibility;
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Good to have:
3D animation skills
Knowledge of rendering engines such as Arnold, Redshift or Octane
Previous experiences in VR/AR content development and/or specific understanding of VR/AR
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Type: Computer Hardware Development / Information Technology
Pros: -Fun, warm and holistic environment -Many opportunities to learn new skills and technology knowledge -Flat hierarchy -Opportunities to work on upcoming technology -Opportunities to be a leader
Cons: -At times, it will get very busy so there needs to be good time management to manage multiple projects at once -Task delegation can get a bit messy and stressful when during busy period due to lack of manpower