FOV2GO Model D Viewer
You can construct your own FOV2GO Model D Viewer – for the iPhone 4/4S, the Samsung Galaxy Note, or most Android smart phones – out of foam board and a couple of plastic lenses. Just download the instructions and the appropriate template. Templates for the Model D are designed to be printed out on multiple sheets of letter-sized paper, so you can use almost any printer.
- Instructions (PDF, 7 pages)
- Template for iPhone 4/4S Viewer (PDF, 6 pages)
- Template for Android Smartphone Viewer (PDF, 6 pages)
- Template for Samsung Galaxy Note (PDF, 6 pages)
FOV2GO Model A Viewer
We have designed a fold out viewer, made from inexpensive laser cut foam core and plastic lenses. You can place an iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, or Android Samsung Galaxy Nexus inside the FOV2GO viewer.
If you would like to laser cut your own viewer (or manufacture them yourself using a sharp blade), here are the CAD files that we use:
- Cutting Template, iPhone 4-4S Viewer (Rhino CAD format)
- Cutting Template, iPhone 4-4S Viewer (Adobe Illustrator format)
- Cutting Template, iPhone 4-4S Viewer (Adobe PDF on A3 paper)
- Folding Instructions, iPhone 4-4S Viewer (pdf)
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Viewer
- Cutting Template, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Viewer (Rhino CAD format)
- Cutting Template, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Viewer (Adobe Illustrator Format)
- Cutting Template, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Viewer (Adobe PDF on A3 paper)
- Folding Instructions, Samsung Galaxy Nexus Viewer (pdf)
FOV2GO Model C Viewer
- FOV2GO apps can be viewed using a Hasbro my3D viewer if you have an iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, or iPod Touch.
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