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Updated on: October 23, 2021

What is CardBoard ?

CardBoard

Create User Story Maps with Ease
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CardBoard helps teams collaboratively explore and visualize product ideas, user experiences, customer journeys and more. Industry leaders in story mapping and collaboration tools. Remote team members are an invite away. Collaborate and invite anyone in your community to a board.

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CardBoard Technical details

Support Business Hours Online Customer Type Freelancers Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business
API NA Location / Phone Number Carmel, Indiana / 317.844.4366
Deployment SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS Installed - Windows Installed - Mac Category New SaaS Software

CardBoard Pricing

Pricing ModelFree Trial , Freemium , Subscription
Free
Free

Free Forever

Plan Features

  • Unlimited Public Boards
Essential
$8 /User/Month

Plan Features

  • 10 Private Boards
  • Realtime Collaboration
  • Add images to boards
  • Comments
  • Dividers and Swimlanes
  • Access for readonly users
Professional
$10 /User/Month

Plan Features

  • Unlimited Private Boards
  • Realtime Collaboration
  • Add images to boards
  • Comments
  • Dividers and Swimlanes
  • Access for readonly users
  • Encryption of data at rest
  • Integration with Jira, TFS, VersionOne, Pivotal, CA
  • Journeys
  • User Activity Reports
Enterprise
$12 /User/Month

Plan Features

  • Unlimited Private Boards
  • Realtime Collaboration
  • Add images to boards
  • Comments
  • Dividers and Swimlanes
  • Access for readonly users
  • Encryption of data at rest
  • Integration with Jira, TFS, VersionOne, Pivotal, CA
  • Journeys
  • User Activity Reports
  • Single Sign On (SSO)
  • Invoicing
  • Premium Support
  • Static IP Address for whitelisting
  • Onboarding for your team
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Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 12/07/2019 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.

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CardBoard FAQs

CardBoard offers the following functionalities:

  • Real-time Collaboration
  • Discussion Boards
  • Mind Map
  • User Activity Monitoring

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No, CardBoard does not provide API.

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CardBoard Reviews

OVERALL RATING
3.9
Based on 176 Rating(s)
Rating Distribution
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Ed G
Ed GSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 21 July 2020) "A decent introduction to VR at a rock-bottom entry point."

What do you like best?

Cost -- plain and simple. While the official Google Cardboard viewer is $15.00, there are quiet a few lower cost (≈$9) viewers out there.

What do you dislike?

Most viewers require physically holding the cardboard to your face. There are obvious drawback here, particularly if watching long-form content. That said, you can purchase (more expensive) viewers with the option to strap your device to your head.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Go into it understanding the limitations of the basic viewers.

Content is best viewed from a Cardboard-ready phone (listed on the Google Cardboard site).

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Again, the viewers' low entry points make VR accessible to everyone. It's a huge benefit at trade shows -- you can provide branded viewers to passersby at minimal cost, and allow them to view product/experience locations in a virtual space.

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User in Education Management
User in Education ManagementSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 04 December 2019) "Google Cardboard VR win"

What do you like best?

These low cost VR Googles opened the walls of my classroom. We were able to travel to many different parts of the world and experience life, cultures, and change over time. The low cost of the product let us purchase enough headsets for each student in our class. As opposed to only being able to have 10-15 and share with a class of 30.

What do you dislike?

Its cardboard so it holds up ok. About the first few years I anticipate that we will need to replace them. Also we are very cautious of how we store the headsets, since they are cardboard and don't want them getting wet.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Access for all students instead of a few at a time. Students are more engaged in the activity when we can have enough access for all students. It allows me to show my inner city students the world, without this experience we wouldn't be able to show them.

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Simon W
Simon WSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 17 September 2019) "Google Cardboard Intro to VR"

What do you like best?

Cheap, easy to set up, no special hardware required. Good variety of content available through my smart phone / youtube, etc. I thought the very simple button was novel.

All in all i thought that the cardboard was fantastic at accomplishing what it set out to do - be an affordable gateway introduction into VR for the masses.

What do you dislike?

Phone could easily fly out of the google cardboard - it was also extremely uncomfortable to use for longer than 5 minutes. Had to jerry rig a solution using fabric. Resolution was also quite bad, though this is to be expected with a product that cheap, and made of cardboard.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Definitely recommend it as a first purchase for those whom are looking into Virtual Reality. It is an affordable easy to use first step.

Dont expect too much regarding the qualityt of the device, it is only 5$ afterall, however that said, there is much that can be done with the google cardboard.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Initially was an introduction piece to VR, to help decide if it was worth purchasing a true VR headset. It peaked my interest enough for me to later purchase an Oculus Rift.

I attempted to use the Cardboard headset to validate some architectural 3D models, to verify the scale of my models. I had mixed results here, largely through problems with the app software not being powerful enough to properly view 3D files via an iphone 6.

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Source : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 22 December 2018) "Best for VR first timers"

What do you like best?

Its SDK for Unity is almost a "just one click" implementation, it has everything you need to start working in the real experience for the user, and not being in pain by implementing tons of previous stuff.

What do you dislike?

With many different alternatives for VR out there, it has become one of the most basic ones; this could be good, but sometimes comparing with other experiences it gets "short", so is difficult to create greater experiences.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The simple and quick implementation is perfect for fast prototyping, so you can have a basic look on your app/game without spending too much time.

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Eduardo A
Eduardo ASource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 22 December 2018) "Best for VR first timers"

What do you like best?

Its SDK for Unity is almost a "just one click" implementation, it has everything you need to start working in the real experience for the user, and not being in pain by implementing tons of previous stuff.

What do you dislike?

With many different alternatives for VR out there, it has become one of the most basic ones; this could be good, but sometimes comparing with other experiences it gets "short", so is difficult to create greater experiences.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The simple and quick implementation is perfect for fast prototyping, so you can have a basic look on your app/game without spending too much time.

...more
Ben W
Ben WSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 13 September 2018) "Experimenting with VR"

What do you like best?

The ability to use the camera to experience VR settings is amazing. Though it is a little clunky on the OS, I think it has good potential.

What do you dislike?

It’s a little clunky to use, especially trying to upload images for VR experiences.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Virtual field trips and augmented reality experiences.

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Source : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 13 September 2018) "Experimenting with VR"

What do you like best?

The ability to use the camera to experience VR settings is amazing. Though it is a little clunky on the OS, I think it has good potential.

What do you dislike?

It’s a little clunky to use, especially trying to upload images for VR experiences.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Virtual field trips and augmented reality experiences.

...more

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