The 3D designer puts his client's ideas into shape to model or prototype a product. He first conceives the object from dedicated 3D design and conception softwares. He thinks it through the prisms of ergonomics, aesthetics, production constraints, industry standards, etc...
He works in close collaboration with the graphic designer, the salesperson, the project manager and synthesizes the inputs to propose the modeling of the product.
In some cases, he then supervises the manufacturing of a prototype using a 3D printer. In other cases, 3D design will be a definite added value to model spaces and places (in the real estate field in particular) and offer virtual reality experiences to customers. For others, it will be a video experience in the context of an advertisement, a commercial spot or a dressing.
The 3D designer will have a university education in the field of applied arts, visual communication or specifically 3D design. Depending on the sectors, a specialization (training or experience) will be required or highly appreciated (luxury, industrial, automotive fields, etc.).
This profile must of course be creative and imaginative. It will also have to be rigorous, attentive to detail and capable of synthesizing information from several contributors. Mastery of dedicated design software (web, CAD, etc.) is a must.
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