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    Overview

    The Smartphone Projector is a charmingly lo-fi way to share your phone's screen. Just place any smartphone that will fit into the cardboard box and the lens enlarges the image by up to eight times! Since the whole thing is made from cardboard and glass, it’s ultra-portable, totally wireless, and uses no additional power.

    The Smartphone Projector is a cardboard kit that you make into a handy device. Follow the simple instructions to fold and glue the contraption together and insert the glass lens. Once you’ve put it together, all you need is a dark room and the phone in your pocket. After setting it an appropriate distance from the wall, expand or contract the projector housing to set the focus, sit back, and enjoy!

    With the Smartphone Projector, showing the latest viral video to your friends becomes a shared experience instead of a toe-stepping, neck-craning frenzy. Display your vacation snapshots on your living room wall, throw up some visuals for a house party, or watch a film in bed. And kids will enjoy the feeling of having their very own personal movie theater!

     

    Features & specs

    • Build it yourself!
    • Cardboard construction with glass lens
    • Silicone grip pad holds your phone in place
    • Box dimensions: 7" x 6.75" x 4
    • Magnifies up to 8x
    • Works with any smartphone or iPod smaller than 3.5" x 5.75"

     

    Lights, smartphone, action!

    Throw some popcorn in the popper, decide if it's going to be a rom-com or an action flick, hit the lights and enjoy a night in with this DIY projector.

    Just crank up the brightness on your smartphone and focus the image to set up your own little movie palace.

    Smartphone projector with popcorn
    Build the projector and then make the popcorn.

    A personal cinema in any room

    Go ahead and share all of your Instagram photos with friends or watch all three extended Lord of The Rings movies in one sitting.

    With the built-in slot for your power adapter, you can view all of your phone's content from the comfort of your couch, bed, floor, or wherever!

    Projector displaying Star wars on a living room wall
    Binge watch in style with the DIY Smartphone Projector.

    A dab'll do ya

    Using super glue or any other quick drying adhesive will have your new toy ready for action in minutes.

    The sturdy cardboard makes the projector durable while keeping it lightweight and ultra-portable. Building the DIY Smartphone Projector only takes about 10-15 minutes.

    A hand glues a smartphone projector together.
    Glue your projector together before you glue yourself to the screen.

    From easy project to projector

    Inside the box you will find all the necessary components to bring your phone's videos to the big screen. Just grab some glue and follow the easy instructions to assemble the housing of the projector.

    DIY Smartphone Projector components on a table.
    From the box to the big screen in minutes.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Question: Will it work with my phone?

    Answer: If it fits inside the box, it'll work! If your device is smaller than 3.5" x 5.75", then you're ready to go!

    Note: The iPhone 6 will fit, but the iPhone 6 Plus is too large.

    Question: How difficult is it to build?

    Answer: The DIY Smartphone Projector is pretty easy to put together. All it requires is a bit of glue and some folding. The illustrated instructions are very easy to follow. You'll have it put together in about 10-15 minutes.

    Question: How big is the image?

    Answer: The Smartphone Projector is definitely not meant to replace a big screen or a high-end projector. However, it can magnify your smartphone's screen by up to 8 times! So, a 5.75" wide screen will project to 46" across. That's perfect for impromptu movie nights.

    Question: Is it bright enough to see?

    Answer: Absolutely! That being said, you must project the image on to a white wall or a white sheet, and the room needs to be as dark as possible.