Miroslav Knežević was born in 1978 in Sisak. He is a designer and 3D generalist. He graduated from the Information Technology School – ITS, majoring in Computer Multimedia and obtained the title of Professional Engineer of Information Technologies. He previously completed his education at the ITAcademy, where he obtained the title of Certified Computer System Administrator. He has many years of work experience in designing, manufacturing and maintaining electronic components and computer systems.
He is the author of the project “Historical 3D reconstructions of the Roman well and water pumping mechanism from the 18th century”, which was created for the needs of the Public Enterprise “Belgrade Fortress”. On this project, he collaborated with archaeologists and historians from the Public Enterprise “Belgrade Fortress” and the Urban Development Center. Within that project, he also created a 3D application based on the game engine “Unreal Engine 4”.
As an author, he exhibited at the event “Night of Museums” and presented the project “Historical 3D reconstructions of the Roman well and water pumping mechanism from the 18th century”.
He was also a participant in the multimedia exhibition “Paths of the Past”, organized by the association “Undergrad” in “Gallery 73”. His work has been published in media such as “IT world”, “Večernje novosti” and “Politika”.
He is also working in the field of 3D visualization, photography, UI, graphic and web design on the WordPress platform, and lately he has been developing an augmented reality application based on the ʺUnityʺ game engine.