Overview

“Tumo Center for Creative Technologies” is looking for a “3D Photogrammetry Scanning Technician”.

Responsibilities:


- Batch process 2D Images into high-resolution 3D models
- Pilot the drone and capture aerial images. Perform pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight safety checks
- Plan and create automated flight paths for automated 3D scanning missions
- Participate in the 3D scanning process. Including: capturing aerial and terrestrial images, operating the Faro Focus Laser scanner, and ensuring the equipment is safe from rain dust, wind, or other harms
- Create high-resolution 3D models based on photogrammetry and laser scanning data, including aligning images, registering 3D scans, 3D digital reconstruction, and texturing
- QA 3D scan data and troubleshoot
- Maintain workflows and processes used through the Photogrammetry-Laser scanning pipeline

Required Qualifications:


- Photography and drone flying experience (mandatory)
- Knowledge of photogrammetry technology and tools
- Understanding of 3D modeling, texturing, and lighting techniques
- Familiarity with 3D data optimization, and offline rendering is a plus
- Degree in Architecture, Computer Science, Engineering, or related fields are preferred
- Previous reality capture and/or surveying experience is preferred
- Travel will be required occasionally
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

About Tumo Center for Creative Technologies

Tumo is an after-school learning center where teenagers acquire digital media skills free of charge. Thousands of students attend Tumo on a regular basis and participate in its innovative, self-paced program. Its educational framework is based on a proprietary platform that promotes learning through interactive game-like levels, exposing users to increasingly challenging activities. Tumo's educational methodology is based on a large set of self-instructional activities that each of the Center's students assembles into a personal learning plan in the areas of animation, game development, web development and filmmaking. To learn more about the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, please visit: www.tumo.org