Advanced Virtual Reality

3D all the way for models and renderings. 

Making historical communications much easier, by being able to provide the audience with optimum views and experiences from realistic animated visualizations. Great for teaching kids.

An example of a museum tour is shown below

Timebox 3D scenes

Timebox 3D scenes make it possible to experience immersive, interactive 360-degree virtual tours, combined with film, sound and 3D graphic illustration allowing the viewer to see your product in a new and exciting way.

Benefits to museums:
  • Allow people from all over the world to explore the museum from their smartphone tablet, Laptop or Computer

  • User friendly & intuitive to use

  • Proven to triple the time a visitor spends on a website.

  • Interactive and engaging

  • Immortalise temporary exhibitions

  • Use ''Datapoints'' to provide content to historical pieces or   additional information

  • ''Datapoints" can contain: text, images, audio, and video links

  • Used to generate direct ROI through AE tickets

Current Projects!

Aviation Books

Design & print two 88 page full colour Guide books and also one 108 page and one 74 page Guide books. Producing two World war two Biographies.

Virtual Tours

Create two Virtual tours with drone videography of two Aviation museums with added sound and music.

Display Systems

Developing an off-the-peg range of exhibit and display furniture.


Originating a range of museum clothing and giftware.


Designing & producing 2022 wall calendars also featuring metal art wall and desk calendars.

Harry Makings CTO

All things technical, graphic and 3D

Adrian Satterthwaite MD

First contact


Timebox Heritage,
99 Bruce Avenue, Barnsley, S70 4EB


Timebox Heritage
9 wainwright avenue,
Sheffield S13 8 EL



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