AR and VR skill test is used to evaluate the AR and VR skills of the candidate. Though they are used interchangeably, in reality, an AR developer works with mobile apps for creating a virtual reality experience (like Snapchat filters) whereas a VR developer creates a whole new simulation experience for users to see through a device (like PS4). But both domains work on various HMDs like Oculus Quest, HTC VIVE, Oculus Rift, and HoloLens.
Using AR, VR, and MR applications, candidates can create an immersive and interactive experience through PBR texturing, light baking, and 3D optimization technologies.
Multiple Choice Questions
This AR and VR skill test evaluates candidates’ knowledge of the fundamentals of AR and VR development, their skills in and theoretical understanding of programming languages, and AR and VR development tools like Unity, Unreal Engine, and ARKit.
Candidates who do well on the test have a good grasp of fundamental and more advanced topics in AR and VR concepts like 3D modeling, and animation, along with problem-solving abilities and troubleshooting technical issues.
Use these sample questions to evaluate skill and fit for the AR and VR developer role before hiring.