Being an industry-leader in laser-based optical scanning for the digitization of art is pretty exciting! So far, we’ve collaborated with world-class museums, digitized priceless masterpieces (by the likes of Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet), shipped our technology around the world and have even bigger projects in the pipeline.
Arius Technology is a fast-moving startup, developing proprietary laser-based optical scanning systems for three-dimensional digitization of art. Under our Verus Art® brand, Arius works directly with museums on conservation projects, and to produce stunningly beautiful, elevated print re-creations of paintings, featuring precise replication of the color, texture and relief of an artist’s original brushstrokes.
Under a new brand, Arius will also be working with contemporary artists to explore creative opportunities with this new digitization and elevated print medium.
To find out more about our results so far, check out our YouTube channel. Arius is a privately held Canadian company headquartered in Vancouver, BC.
Arius Technology’s culture is people-first, with a friendly team and a ‘door is always open’ policy for discussing projects, ideas, and challenges. We’re dedicated to professional development and take pride in looking after our team, from competitive salaries and extended health benefits to flexible working patterns and regular team lunches.
Based in Mount Pleasant, we’re just a stone’s throw from Downtown Vancouver, with great transport links and good access to the main highways.
We’re always looking for great people! If you think you can bring something special to the Arius team but don’t see a current opportunity that fits, please send your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com.
Role Level: Junior Intermediate
Reports To: Sr. Director of Engineering
Role Location: Mount Pleasant, Vancouver, BC
Arius Technology is striving to become the leading art technology company, focused on preserving, creating, and distributing art. The core of our technology is a proprietary 3D laser-based, color scanning system. Our system includes precision optics, mechanics, stepper motors, fiber-coupled laser sources, photodetection, analog and digital electronics, and embedded firmware.
We are looking for an exceptional R&D Engineering Technician who is a mechanically oriented to join our engineering team. This is a key role within our engineering team and will include a wide range of tasks from building scanners to supporting research and product development.
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