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27
Nov

Ghost Productions is Hiring! 3D Rigger & Generalist

Job Title: 3D Rigger and Generalist

 

Primary Responsibilities:
Create a great variety of rigs to be used by the animation staff.
Contribute to regular animation pipeline by also being able to supply modeling and animating skills.
Learn and bring new ideas/solutions to improve the look of Ghost.
Improve production pipeline by developing, maintaining, and implementing native scripted software tools for animation/production software.
Create and develop dynamic particle and fluid simulations.
Maintain clean and well organized rigged files that have understandable, unique naming convention.
Secondary Responsibilities:
Collaborate with other members of the team to best plan productions and facilitate storytelling.
Increase skills and usefulness of both yourself and your fellow co-workers.

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15
Oct

Is The Oculus Quest Powerful Enough to Deliver Portable Surgical Simulations?

For immediate release: 7:00 AM CST – 10/15/19 – St. Paul MN”

Untethered VR Surgical Solutions Turns VR From a Training Tool into a Marketing Tool

Medical animation and surgical simulation developer, Ghost Productions, Inc. has completed feasibility testing on the Oculus Quest cordless virtual reality headset and the results are promising. Their tests challenged the medical rendering capabilities of the wireless VR headset and while it was not capable of delivering photo-realistic imagery it could interact with surgical anatomy in real time. These findings allow for a profound shift in VR’s adoption within the medical industry that has been slow to take advantage of the many benefits VR’s simulation-based training can provide.

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30
Sep

Press Release: New Medical VR Development Software

For immediate release: 7:00 AM CST – 9/30/19 – St. Paul MN”

New medical VR development software helps 3D medical animation studio make highly functional surgical simulations and medical training content.

New medical VR development software helps a 3D medical animation studio create a surgical simulation that trains surgeons to properly perform an advanced total knee replacement method.

real life training in hospital wing

Extensive flight simulator training sessions are required for airline pilots before they are even allowed onboard an actual aircraft. The proven success of simulation-based trainings has led to it becoming a training requirement in nearly all industries where mission critical human errors are a likely cause of injuries, fatalities, or catastrophic loss. Unfortunately, an industry that is suffering from a significant shortage of simulation-based training programs and beleaguered by human errors that are responsible for as many as 250,000 deaths and costing the economy as much as $1 trillion annually in the U.S. alone.

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