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Aerodynamics visualisation

AirShaper is an online platform to perform aerodynamics calculations: a designer can upload a 3D model and have the airflow calculated without any knowledge on simulations.

To do so requires a lot of automation behind the scenes. The WebGL aspects include the following: - During upload, there will be a 3D interactive interface to visualise your model, set the wind orientation, play with the scale, provide live feedback on errors in the model and display which features will be modeled. - After the calculation, the results will be displayed in the browser. This means compressing the object files, setting up the WebGL viewer (probably Three.JS but open to suggestions), tune shaders & visual quality. - The interface needs to be interactive to switch between different results (streamlines, pressure, velocity, turbulence, ...). So managing memory of the WebGL module is crucial.

Other aspects of the job can include: - Interface of the entire website needs to be designed as well (styling, layout, structure of the website). - Back-end knowledge is a strong plus (setting up API's, databases, virtual machines / docker instances, encryption, ...)

You would take part in a small, motivated startup and be the leader when it comes to defining the way the website looks. All suggestions & work will be taken seriously, as you have a large impact on the project.

We're based in Antwerp, in the KBC tower. Hours are flexible and colleagues very motivated :) Remuneration includes a market relevant wage plus hospital insurace, group insurance and other benefits. Position is full time (preferrably), under a fixed contract.

We're very much looking forward to hearing from you!

Kind regards,

Wouter Remmerie.

Posted:June 19, 2017, 1 p.m.
Location:Antwerp, Belgium
Experience:3-10 years