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Snapchat might be trying to bring video games to your Story

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If a flurry of 3D-centric job postings is any indication, your Snap Stories will probably be getting a lot more animated and interactive in the not-so-distant future. 

Business Insider noticed the influx of newly opened roles, which are mostly classified as being “Research” positions at Snap’s HQ in Los Angeles. The listings call for candidates with 3D design, animation, modeling, rigging and skinning experience.

While many of these positions point to the further development of the ways that we already use Snapchat’s augmented reality features (like its filters and World Lenses), others look to be branching out in a new direction, particularly in character design and gaming. Read more…

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