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Augmented Reality Basics Skills Test
Test duration:
40
min
No. of questions:
30
Level of experience:
Entry Level/Mid/Senior

Augmented Reality Basics Skills Test

The test assesses an individual's proficiency in fundamental concepts and skills of Augmented Reality, such as UI/UX skills, programming languages such as C++, Java, C#, and more. Recruiters and L&D Managers can use it to hire job-ready candidates or create personalized upskilling programs.

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What is Augmented Reality?

It refers to an interactive experience in which computer-generated perceptual data is used to improve real-world items. This method enhances an individual's sense of reality by superimposing a digital picture over the person's present vision.

Why Choose iMocha?

This skill test of iMocha is designed to help you make skill-first upskilling and hiring decisions. It features multiple anti-cheating measures, such as window violation, IP address tracking, and image and video proctoring, to ensure the integrity of the assessment. It also provides detailed reports outlining each candidate's and employee's strengths and weaknesses, enabling employers to identify top performers easily.

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Test Summary

The Skills Test helps to screen individuals who possess the following traits:

  • Proficiency in programming languages such as C++, C#, and JAVA
  • Ability to use 3D tools like 3D MAX and Autodesk 3D
  • Familiarity with AR development tools, frameworks, and platforms such as ARKit, Unity, ARCore, and more
  • Grasp on video/sound production skills
  • Expertise in game development
  • Understanding of User Interaction in AR
  • Knowledge of AR design principles

Its powerful reports are automatically generated after the completion of the tests in a well-organized and easy-to-read overview format.

Useful for hiring
  • AR Developer
  • UX Designer
  • Software Engineer
  • Game Developer
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Education and Training Specialist
Test Duration
40
min
No. of Questions
30
Level of Expertise
Entry Level/Mid/Senior
Topics Covered
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FAQ
What are the most common interview questions related to Augmented Reality Basics?
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Here are the most asked interview questions asked for this role:

  • Name the AR libraries available for Android and iPhone.
  • What are your most frequently used AR apps?
  • Can you elaborate on different kinds of AR?
  • Tell me some constraints that affect a mobile AR experience.
  • What is Delta-time use?

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What are the required skillsets to work on Augmented Reality Basics?
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Here is the list of common technical and non-technical skills for this field:

 

Technical skill sets:

  • Programming language proficiency such as JAVA, C++, C#
  • Hands-on experience in building solutions
  • Fundamental knowledge of XR (Extended Reality)
  • Expertise in UI/UX
  • 3D animation and modeling skills

Non-Technical skill sets

  • Constantly updated view on trends
  • Problem-Solving skills
  • Collaboration across function as well as cross-functional teams
  • Effective communication skills