Public Relations graduate with more than six years of experience working in PR and marketing roles in both the UK and Latvia. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Sciences and working on a thesis to unravel the benefits consumers see in augmented reality marketing.
Overly has launched a portable photogrammetry set-up in a bid to deliver detailed new age replicas of people, animals, clothing, and 3D objects for heritage conservation, archaeology, museums, educators, artists, marketers and game devs.
In 2019, an actual business (now officially registered) was born at the AR/VR Hackathon and has been steadily moving forward since. As we prepare to gather industry enthusiasts for another AR/VR jamming session in April 2020, we sat down with the team that has become our ‘first’ to find out about their product, the brand new business, Hackathon experience and future plans.
Arnis Cīrulis wears many hats at Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (ViA), embracing academic, research, and administrative roles. But there is one thing that defines all his work, his specialty — augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) technologies.