You've probably witnessed this tragic scenario before – a heavy crowd gathered around someone's smartphone, all of them vying for space, desperately trying to take in the latest Youtube spectacle. #firstworldproblems
With the Cardboard Smartphone Projector at your disposal; these everyday videos of cats doing crazy stuff and babies falling over are now majestically transformed into glorious cinematic events, for everyone to enjoy.
Made entirely from rigid cardboard and printed to look just like a retro device, this stylish projector contains a high-quality glass lens with an impressive 8x magnification to really do your videos justice. Depending on your patience and DIY prowess you can either buy the pre-made version (Deluxe) or construct it yourself (Black).
So, whether you're streaming the latest blockbuster, a Youtube "classic" or some psychedelic party visuals – just slide your smartphone into the back of this perfectly portable projector to make them larger than life.
Will not accommodate distinctly larger smartphones like the iPhone 6 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy 3
Turn everyday Youtube videos into grand cinematic events
Project films from your smartphone onto the wall
Made from rugged cardboard
Includes a silicone grip pad to hold your phone in place
No need to sell a kidney to buy that expensive HD projector
Light, compact and portable
High quality glass lens with 8x magnification
Choose the pre-made version (Brown) or construct it yourself (Black)
Boxed measures approximately 19.5cm(W) x 11cm(H) x 17cm(D)
Assembled measures approximately 21cm(W) x 11cm(H) x 17cm(D)
The item I purchased was a fathers day gift and the surprise (and also confusion on his face at how it could possibly work) was wonderful.
Leanne - 29th of June, 2015
Review 1 of 4
Bought as a present for my sister who is sooo hard to buy for and she loves it.
Jenna - 15th of May, 2015
Review 2 of 4
My boyfriend was very pleased. Thank you Firebox for keeping me in his good books for another year!!
Katie - 29th of April, 2015
Review 3 of 4
The projector itself looks good but the images from the phone wouldnt make a clear projection so we couldnt see the movie.