It’s been a busy year here at Zubr VR, and we’ve gone through a lot of changes – the most recent of which is the overhaul of our website (welcome, by the way). 

Recently we have been engaging closely with some fantastic people and companies around the world. We have built relationships with Trainrobber, Yadda, Calvium, Mimesys, Wolf & Wood and At-Bristol to name a few, and together with them we’re working on some really interesting projects. For example, our Test Lab project with At-Bristol is the first of its kind anywhere in the world; an automated system capturing incredible 4D scans of its visitors and rendering them as augmented holograms on the table in front of you. There’ll soon be some really exciting upgrades applied to this, increasing the quality of the scanning, and allowing visitors to see their holograms on the moon, amongst other places!

Kids feedback on Zubr We The Curious l augmented volumetric video VR Lab

With our fingers in so many pies across different industries (sorry we weren’t more specific, business advisors – we just really love making cool stuff for everyone), we’ve had to tackle a lot of research and development work to get to where we are now. But, this is great, as it’s helped us identify our six main areas of expertise. For each of these we have developed our own unique approach and set of solutions. This includes a number of innovations; such as our automated LAN timeline system for Test Lab, a CMS-controlled system for browser-based VR content, our compositor-based live action scene dimensionalisation (bear with me), and our method of hybrid 3D scanning techniques. I won’t get into too much detail, or we’ll be here all night, but check out some of the projects we have here on the website to get a closer look.