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What is the perfect job for someone who likes physics and art?

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Karen’s Answer

Ever consider gaming, animation, character development or graphic design for a studio or film company like Disney, Warner Media or Universal? Think outside the box.
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Syed’s Answer

Hi Amulya,

You can consider a career in video game design. As video games become more and more realistic, they seek to replicate the physics and mechanics of the real world in a digital format. Understanding the fundamentals of movement, spatial design, and controlling entropy allows one to design amazing, immersive games!

These days, video game cutscenes and imagery rival those of the best TV shows and movies.
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Cynthia’s Answer

wow. so many options with physics and arts. mechanical engineering comes to mind. actually many aspects of engineering involve using creativity and science to solve problems ....everything from creating new ways to use light in public workplaces to designing Cirque de Soliel type staging and sets to NASA engineers who design everything that goes into the space shuttle. I think you need to go to some websites physics careers and about design/art/ creative careers and see what sparkles for you...make lists and see where there might be some overlap. many many options. since engineering requires lots of specific coursework and prerequisites, it's harder to switch into this later in life, so I might begin there and take a freshman class that provides an overview of all the different fields within engineering.....electrical, mechanical, automotive, civil, environmental, computer, design, process, manufacturing.....lots of options for a creative spirit in there.
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Xavier’s Answer

I would look into architecture!
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Nicholas’s Answer

Theme Park attraction design! Theme Parks worldwide are looking for the latest technology and the most immersive experience. To design an attraction you need to have sound understanding of physics and engineering but you must also have a creative and artistic mind to tell the story.

Nicholas recommends the following next steps:

Many of the big name players (Universal and Disney) have Internships. See Universal Creative or Disney Imagineering.
Search the IAAPA website. You can find contact information for many companies that create and build new rides and attractions.
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Emily’s Answer

My first thought is architecture or product design
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Christina’s Answer

There can be many options. Designers, such as interior designers, architecture designers, landscape designers , theatre designers , product designers, exhibition designers, visual merchandisers, sculptors, etc.
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Timothy’s Answer

Industrial Design may be something to check out. Industrial Design is a discipline that has heavy components of art and visual expression. If you look at any product in your house, chances are an Industrial Designer was engaged to help define the vision, usability, look and feel of that product. Good Industrial Designers understand principles from disciplines such as physics and engineering to make their designs relevant and realistic for engineering teams that will design and develop the end product.
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