Martin Zavesky studied media computer science at the Technische Universität Dresden from 2001 to 2007. Doing his master thesis (Diplom) in 2007 he started to support the scientific research at the Chair for Media Design at Technische Universität Dresden. The focus of his work was perceptual realism in 3D computer graphics, which is based on human perception capabilities.
After graduation, he worked as an assistant at the Chair for Media Design doing teaching as well as fundraising and research projects in the field of human computer interaction, design and virtual 3D spaces. Mr. Zavesky was doing his PhD in 2013 on perceptual realistic projection of anthropomorphic shapes to optimize 3D imaging of virtual scenes.
Since 2015 he works at the Research and Cooperation Department of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD). His responsibilities are creating new forms of interactive visualization in museums and to establish a digital strategy for the SKD. Different aspects from marketing, public relations, education and interactive technology are integrated in his work. In 2018 he became Digital Strategy Officer of the SKD. Consultation, project coordination and development of digital projects as aspects within the museums are his main tasks.