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visualization: sw developer sought

Tech Visions TechV at sunbelt.net
Wed May 1 11:02:32 EST 1996


Multiple positions:
1. Visualization: develop visual systems for surgical simulators
(model/display of internal organs).  The companyÕs leading software is
an analysis/visualization tool for the medical and bioengineering
field.  Occulting/occluding/back-culling/overlay, special effects, fog,
light sources design. Experience sought in C/Assembler languages and
PC-based graphic cards, real time image generation, visual database
monitoring, special effects design and Z-buffering design.  Game
development background would be a fit. 
2. Key core development position for high level design of rapid
prototyping software asociated with stereolithography; 3-d reverse
engineering.  Curve and surfaces, NURBs, point cloud manipulation, knot
removal, polygons, all helpful experience.
3. Geometric modeling development to include curve and surface
mathematics, C and/or C++ programming, high level 3-d development.  The
overall approach may be feature-based, next-generation type of
development for surface and/or solid modeling.
   Developers sought for cutting edge software who would like to join a
dynamic, world leader in graphics software; an established and
successful company.  Salaries will be generous, ranging from the
mid-$60's K to $90 K and higher for exceptional candidates as Sr.
Technical Leaders.  Benefits, incentives, bonuses, and full, extended
relocation may be offered.  These are full time, permanent positions to
support long term development. Candidates need not be U.S.P.R. 

To apply in confidence please send your resume and / or  contact:

Mike Rund
Tech Visions         (positions in San Diego CA, MI, NY, other
locations)
P.O. Box 1144
Dahlonega,  GA  30533

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