You mean "computer graphics".
Yes, it helps to design, make prototypes, and then finished production models of attached devices like limbs, joints, valves, stents, and medication infusion units, devices to be attached to body temporarily (contact lenses, eyeglasses, headphones, backpacks, shoes, other clothes), and sophisticated machinery (aircraft cockpits, auto dashboards and seats, aircraft interiors, car bumpers, building entrances and walkways, counters, computer kiosks, furniture, kitchen tools, computer keyboards, cameras, phones, almost anything that humans use or look at or touch or get surgically implanted.
Designer for entertainment, photo displays, optics. Electronics manufacturing engineer. Taught CADD in college.