History told through modern technology

Historia Futurae is an NGO where modern technologies such as augmented (AR) or virtual reality (VR) intersect with historical topics. Historia Futurae is built on the principles of openness, transparency, collaboration, and clarity in transmission of history to the widest possible audience. Engagingly, without prejudice and embellishment.

Interdisciplinary cooperation between historians and developers

Historia Futurae was founded in July 2019 by Jan Blazek and his marketing, development and history colleagues. We want to take advantage of the know-how we have acquired through the commercial projects of our creative consultancy Little Greta and AR and VR agency VRCOT, to deliver meaningful non-profit projects.

Our team
Jan Blazek
Jan Blazek
Founder of Historia Futurae, and co-founder of the creative consultancy Little Greta and AR and VR agency VRCOT. Interested in the history of the 20th century. An eternal doubter about the meaning of marketing and therefore in search for self-realisation in the non-profit sector.
Vaclav Adamec
Vaclav Adamec
Graduated with a degree in history but earns his living as a marketing specialist with experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors. He has never left history, though, as he is currently working on a dissertation on the topic of the Gestapo in Brno, Czech Rep. fighting leftist resistance.
Tomas Nedved
Tomas Nedved
Co-founder of the creative agency Little Greta and AR and VR agency VRCOT. Big fan of medieval history. At the Historia Futurae he's responsible for idea-making and project management.
Ondrej Valis
Ondrej Valis
Co-founder of the AR and VR agency VRCOT. Responsible for the technical side of things.
Katarina Pribylova
Katarina Pribylova
Works at VRCOT where, just like at Historia Futurae, she is responsible for research, project management and production.
What did the historic village of Lidice look like before the Nazis destroyed it?

On June 10th 1942, Lidice, a small village in the Central Bohemia, Czech Republic, was razed to the ground. A total of 173 men were shot dead, while women and most of the children were transported to concentration camps. This was in retaliation for the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich on May 27th, a high-ranking Nazi official, and a main architect of the Holocaust.

But what did the village actually look like before the Nazis destroyed it? We decided to rebuild Lidice, using modern technologies such as virtual or augmented reality. Helping the public look back before that sad evening of June 1942, when the village's fate was sealed.

We're working on the Lidice reconstruction non-profit project in VR and AR with Lidice Memorial and VRCOT.

Since July 2019, fundraising activities have commenced. If you are interested in supporting the project, please contact us.

A 360-degree drone flight video over the territory of the annihilated village. Lidice will be reconstructed in 3D according to the contemporary materials and viewed with a virtual reality headset.
An edutainment programme for youth using virtual reality
AR mobile app to be used in the historic area

If you want to know how to tell an interesting historical event through modern technology, get in touch.


Technology Innovation Centre
Vavreckova 5262
760 01 Zlin, Czech Republic


+420 776 717 609