Get your Cardboard
Google Cardboard brings immersive experiences to everyone in a simple and affordable way. Whether you fold your own or buy a Works with Google Cardboard-certified viewer, you're just one step away from experiencing virtual reality on your smartphone.
With a wide variety of viewers to choose from, you're sure to find one that fits you perfectly.
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The www.MaxboxVR.com space print viewer. Made in the UK
- Price: $9.00 ≈ £7.38
- Screen size: 4–7"
- Material: Cardboard
- Colours: Space print.
Experience portable and affordable virtual reality with the Knox Cardboard. Built with the same quality as the official Google Cardboard, this viewer is your VR companion. Anytime. Anywhere. Academic Discount packs are available for 10 or more.
- Price: $10.00 ≈ £8.20
- Screen size: Up to 6"
- Material: Cardboard
How do I know which viewers will work with Cardboard?
All the viewers here carry the Works with Google Cardboard badge, which means that they work with your Cardboard apps. So find the viewer that fits you (and your smartphone) best, then enjoy your favourite immersive experiences. Listing policy
The viewers listed here are certified to be compatible with software using the Google Cardboard SDKs. Beyond this software compatibility, Google makes no claims about the safety, quality or functionality of these viewers. These companies are listed in no particular order.
If you would like to certify a viewer for Works with Google Cardboard, visit the Manufacturers page.
How do I know which viewers will work with my phone?
Choose a viewer that fits your phone's screen size. Most Cardboard apps work with Android 4.1+ and the latest iOS smartphones.
Where can I find apps for Cardboard?
From the Google Cardboard app on Android and iOS, you can discover Cardboard apps by selecting "GET APPS." You can also find more apps by visiting the Play Store or by searching for "Cardboard" or "Virtual Reality" on the Apple App Store.
Can I use Cardboard if I wear glasses?
Yes, Cardboard works with most glasses. Some glasses may be more viewer-friendly than others, and some viewers may be more glasses-friendly than others. Check the specific viewer’s website for details.
Can I use a pizza box to make my own Cardboard viewer?
Yes. Make sure that you order an extra-large.
Build it yourself
To build your own viewer all you need are a few everyday items that you can find in your garage, online or at your local hardware shop: cardboard, lenses, magnets, a hook and loop fastener and an elastic band.Download instructions For manufacturers
CardboardCorrugated cardboard sheets, preferably E Flute (corrugated cardboard comes in a variety of thicknesses called "flutes"), available at many art supply shops and online . For best results, you should look for strong, thin cardboard (sturdy shoe box rather than removal box). Minimum size: 22 cm (8.75") by 56 cm (22"), and 1.5 mm (0.06") thick. Online sources here and here
LensesThis is the trickiest component. Lenses that have a 45 mm focal distance might work. Biconvex lenses work best because they prevent distortion around the edges.
Hook and loop fastenerTwo strips of standard-strength adhesive-backed hook and loop fastener. Approximate size: 20 mm (0.75") by 30 mm (1.25").
Elastic bandOne elastic band to prevent the phone from sliding out. Minimum length of 8 cm (3.2").
NFC tag (optional)One sticker NFC tag. Program it with the URL cardboard://v1.0.0
Make it yours
Whether you're buying a pre-assembled viewer or building one from scratch, there's almost no limit to how creative you can get with Cardboard, as these eye-catching examples prove.