V3.1 - Flatpacked VR headset
The Maxbox V3.1 is a flatpack VR viewer unit. It combines the benefits of the V2 Google cardboard and v1 Google cardboard together into one super unit.
We’ve designed the unit so that it has maximum branding opportunity and instructions are built into the design. The assembly is very quick and easy, the assembly time is now at 20 seconds and all parts are already glued and fixed in place so all you need to do is pop it into position.
Created with F-flute corrugated cardboard and coated paper on either side this unit offers resistance and a harder sleeve which makes it great for direct mailing. This unit is also fantastic for mobile VR viewing due to its large 34mm lenses.
The large branding real estate area makes this unit stand out from the rest, as well as the option to add an AR hole with a tear strip which adapts to different phone sizes. This is the only flatpacked unit in the market that includes this possibility.
A huge THANK YOU. They arrived and were used for our press event. The team are really happy with them and the quality, so thank you, as I know this has been a challenging, time-critical campaign. The ad has gone down very well here so all pleased.
They look awesome. Thank you!!!
|Name||Developer||Compatible with||Maximum display size||Assembly time||Storage||Material||Use of smartphone||Lenses||Augmented Reality / Daydream ready|
|V2.0 models||V3.1||VR Slim™||V2.1|
|Maxbox VR™||Maxbox VR™||Maxbox VR™|
|Android 4.1+, iOS||Android 4.1+, iOS||Android 4.1+, iOS||Android 4.1+, iOS|
|5.5 inches||5.5 inches||5.5 inches||5.5 inches|
|16 seconds||20 seconds||54 seconds||40 seconds|
|Outer sleeve||Outer sleeve||Simple case||Simple case|
|E - flute or F flute corrugated||F flute corrugated||Card material||Corrugated card|
|Capacitive button||Thumb tap hole||Thumb tap hole||Capacitive button|
|Large 34mm lenses||Large 34mm lenses||Large 34mm lenses||Large 34mm lenses|
|Optional augmented reality hole||Optional augmented reality hole||No optional augmented reality hole||No optional augmented reality hole|