Pay $5 shipping fee and the viewer is all yours. Or not Google's virtual reality face goggles, dubbed Cardboard, were being given away for free, plus shipping by OnePlus. Until – that is – the smartphone maker sold out of the device...
Since about 10 seconds after Google launched its do-it-yourself Cardboard virtual reality headset, other companies have been selling pre-made clones — and Google is totally fine with that. The catch: many of the clones cost upwards of $20-30 bucks, and that’s before shipping. Show More Summary
We already knew OnePlus was launching its second handset, the OnePlus 2, with a virtual reality angle. In an effort to get more eyes on the new device at launch, OnePlus is giving away cardboard VR viewers. The only catch — you have to pay shipping and handling for the cardboard viewer, which is $5. Show More Summary
We’ve added a few new items to the AoM Shop that we’re excited to tell you about. Enter to win one of the things you see below, or anything else you fancy from our store! The Vince Cardboard Skull Model Memento mori is Latin for “Remember death.” The phrase is believed to originate from an ancient Roman tradition […]
OnePlus is going to show off the OnePlus 2 in virtual reality, letting everyone feel like they’re standing in front of a crowd at an event. And to make sure everyone can take part, OnePlus is giving away its own Google Cardboard-style hardware, which you can now order.
OnePlus is set to announce the OnePlus 2 on July 27 during a virtual reality event. The company has already started giving away some affordable Cardboard VR headsets to let consumers tune in and enjoy the show. That's right, they're giving away Cardboard VR headsets for free.
OnePlus has officially launched its own virtual reality (VR) headset made out of cardboard.
OnePlus wants you to experience the launch of the OnePlus 2 in virtual reality, so it’s giving away cardboard VR sets starting now.
This throwback playset designed for the retro Kenner-style Reaction figures is cool and all, but $75? Eh, forget it, Luke, it's Comic-Con town.Our biggest playset to date, the Haunted House is d...
HoneyHoney began 10 years ago when guitarist Ben Jaffee and siren Suzanne Santo crossed paths in Los Angeles. With influences as diverse as Rage Against the Machine, Dean Martin, Hank Williams and Gillian Welch, this duo strives for originality in their musical style, just like their heroes. Their humble beginnings in...
Beyond the usual pitch-plus-q&a format, Pandoland's startup competition is a little different from others. The grand prize isn't just a giant cardboard check and a vague wishing of luck. Rather it consists of a whopping $100k in actual...Show More Summary
Redditor Gioppi wanted an arcade fight stick, so he built one out of an old keyboard, some cardboard and a broken pencil. It’s not very good. Read more...
As a kid, Wally Feresten longed to write for television. He just never imagined that he'd be doing it with a felt marker on 14-by-22-inch pieces of recycled cardboard.
I recently featured a gorgeous mini cardboard library by a mother and teacher from Spain. When I put the article together, I realised I had a box we could use to do the same thing from inside the printer we purchased when we moved at the start of the year. It’s a great little project! Materials Hot […]
If you’ve never heard of Google Cardboard, it’s exactly what it sounds like.
What do you do if you want your Conan in VR but don't have a headset? You take 2 minutes out of your fine Friday afternoon and request a free one, of course.
Pick up the free OnePlus Cardboard to watch next month's presentation in virtual reality.
This is Danbo. A cardboard robot. And it’s out to explore the lush beauty in Japan. Read more...
A London outpost of U.K. grocery chain Tesco came under fire this week for an extraordinarily insensitive display pegged to Ramadan, which began on June 17. Employees at a Tesco on London's Liverpool Road set up a red cardboard box in one of the supermarket's aisles. Show More Summary
It's time to see who has won a Cardboard 2.0 viewer! You've heard about Google's new version of the Google Cardboard viewer, seen the cool things you can do with one, and learned where you can buy one. Now it's time to see who has won their very own Cardboard 2.0 viewer in our giant giveaway!