Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Museum and Heritage show with us

We’re thrilled to announce that we are exhibiting at the 2022 Museum and Heritage Show at Olympia London from 11th – 12th May. Come and visit us on stand H1 for all your museums, arts and heritage AR and VR needs! Grab your free ticket here.

We’ll be showing off some past projects and demonstrating our augmented and virtual reality binoculars. Expect lots of high impact visuals like ruined castles and long-destroyed churches being rebuilt right before your eyes, and stunning 360 content made instantly accessible.

We’re happy to chat about potential projects or answer any questions – the more outlandish the better. We’re not there to sell you something you don’t want. We’re going to share our love of AR/VR and to explore how we can use our skills to help your audiences and visitors better connect with your archives, collections and stories.

You’re also invited to attend our free masterclass – Revealing a new perspective with AR/VR binoculars – at 11:30 on Wednesday 11th May:

You’re aware of the opportunities in immersive tech for heritage, interpretation and education applications. But VR headsets are clunky, don’t suit everyone and can’t work outside; whilst AR experiences often depend on visitors’ precious mobile data to download an app.

Integrated within hard-wearing, ‘seaside pier’ binoculars, Zubr Curio’s new AR/VR solution eliminates these issues by combining analogue and digital. Suitable for young and old, in the wind and rain, for virtually reconstructing ruins or showcasing 360 films – our binoculars go where AR and VR can’t! Discover more and try them for yourself.

So come and say hi, find out how AR/VR can work for you, and have a play with some really cool content!

Augmented reality binoculars