A selection of Zubr’s projects
Zubr are currently working on a demo app for iOS and Android, to allow anyone to play with some of our experiments.
Zubr created an incredible VR experience for delegates at a medical conference to interact with human body cells using just their hands.
This immersive training demo has been touring departments of the Ministry of Defence to give a glimpse of the future of engineering training.
The Reception area of Oracle Corporation’s UK Headquarters plays host to this engaging and insightful mixed reality installation.
One of the simplest use cases of AR, at its best. Anyone can preview models and finishes of hardware in their own home with this app.
We worked with Trainrobber to build an incredible visualisation of a water filtration system for a commercial client to showcase at an industry expo.
Attendees of the Sleep Conference in London explored the future of Hotel design with our fully interactive, room-scale HTC Vive experience.
A Powerful, Open-source plugin for the Unity game engine that allows anyone to convert their content to the Fulldome planetarium format.
Zubr VR created this interDOUGHmensional slice of AR for the launch party of Yadda’s local food review platform, Mmmyum.
Anyone can create an amazing 3D hologram of themselves with the world’s first automated 4D scanning installation in the At-Bristol Science Centre.
Aardman Animations asked us to explore the potential of 3D scanning and augmentation of their stop motion sets and models.
An experimental, Arts Council-funded R&D project to explore the potential of volumetric capture and augmentation of dance performances.
An immersive mini-site dedicated to Bjork’s future powered by Zubr and Yadda’s VR content management system, Enso Experience.
City of Bristol College students worked with us to create a beautiful, illustrated book where a different stage and performer comes to life on each page.
A window to a Wild West movie scene appears before your eyes in this simple but powerful experience for VR Scout’s VRLA After Party.
One of our first experiments with 3D scanning and photogrammetry saw us making the most of the urban art on our doorstep.