Develop the UI and gameplay for VRnam’s first product and beyond
VRnam is developing a multiplayer procedure trainer for airline pilots to effectively train outside of expensive full flight simulators. Pilots will require access to manuals and control of the simulator environment through in-game menu’s and other UI elements to guide the learning experience.
VRnam is under post-acceleration with Airbus BizLab startup accelerator.
- Modify and manage a VR 3D menu system.
- Program the supporting menus relating to multiplayer.
- Work on Gameplay mechanics and UI elements.
You’d be a great fit if:
- 4+ years programming experience.
- Degree in games programming or closely related field.
- Fluency in writing C# code for the Unity game engine for 2+ years.
- Ability to work with a high level of autonomy. (We’re a busy bunch)
- You’re thoughtful, patient, friendly, and considerate.
- You speak fluent english.
You may suit the role if you:
Have experience in and are enthusiastic about integrating multiplayer networking solutions for Unity or other game engines. Enjoy creating menu’s and UI elements for users in a 3D VR environment, guiding user to learn within our environment.
Bonus points if you have:
- An enthusiasm about aircraft simulation!
- Using code Versioning systems in particular, GIT.
- Knowledge of UnityWebRequest (Will be used for learning material).
- Any code repositories or personal projects you’re willing to share with us.
- A Nintendo switch!!
So, what are we currently doing?
VRnam is currently developing a VR-based airline pilot procedure trainer. This will allow trainee pilots to spend less time in the expensive simulators and training devices typically in use today. By combining a VR solution with multiplayer networking capabilities airlines no longer have to send their staff to remote training locations to conduct meaningful training together.
In October 2017 we were accepted into the Airbus Bizlab which has allowed us to further the quality of our product with the help of airbus mentors. We are in regular contact with the Airbus GO5 Simulation division, Airbus Air Training Organisation, and Airbus Services leadership.
Development will be in collaboration with Airbus internal teams.
Over the next 20 years, the worldwide fleet of aircraft is set to double. 600,000 new pilots will be needed in that time. That’s 70 pilots per day. In addition to that, all of today’s pilots need ongoing training. The market for pilot training is clear and the existing infrastructure incapable of meeting that demand.
Our product is based around the popular Airbus A320 airliner, with further aircraft types planned in future.
Are you as excited about this as us?!
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