D2 Rail is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Hunter to its Visualisations Team as a 3D Specialist. Reporting to BIM Manager Ashley Williams, Richard enhances our capabilities further in this field and will be supporting a number of exciting projects by working on the production of 3D visualisations and VR (Virtual Reality)/AR (Augmented Reality).
Richard will be based at our central Manchester HQ and joins us after working as a freelance programmer, where he wrote games and apps for phones and PCs, with particular focus on Virtual Reality and animation – areas at the very core of our Visualisations offering.
Richard will also further strengthen our CAD team with his experience in a multitude of CAD packages, inclusive of MicroStation and AutoCAD, producing 2D & 3D models.
Richard has a few hobbies and interests, which you would expect would include video games, however, he does also enjoy board games and reading too.
BIM Manager, Ashley Williams added:
“Richard is a fantastic addition to the Visualisations Team, we look forward to working with him and developing new ways of accomplishing tasks to increase efficiency, improve performance and enhance our clients work.”
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