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We're virtual and augmented reality specialists that push the boundaries of imagination, merging the physical and digital worlds to build toys, games, and universes that are fun, accessible and appropriate for everyone, ages 10+.

VR Goggles

The world’s only VR goggles made from our marshmallow-soft material, the Merge VR/AR Goggles are the most comfortable, durable, cleanable, sharable, universal virtual reality goggles, and they’re for everyone ages 10+.

What Experts Say

  • CNN & Common Sense MediaBest for Big Kids and Tweens
  • Parent Tested Parent ApprovedParent Tested
    Parent Approved
    Seal of Approval
  • Consumer Reports Expert's Pick
  • Academics' Choice Smart Media AwardAcademics’ Choice
    Smart Media Award
  • Taste Awards HonoreeOutstanding Technology
    Innovation 2017


Discover hundreds of amazing VR experiences on MINIVERSE. From big studio names to talented indie developers, you’ll find games, apps, and 360 experiences that will take you wherever you want to go.

Media Coverage

Toy Insider

Merge VR/AR Goggles: Designed for Kids, Fun for All

The goggles are designed with kids in mind, and with a library of VR apps and experiences to choose from, there’s something for kids and parents to enjoy.

CNN Tech

Toy Fair surfaces holograms, robotic animals, dolls for boys

Imagine holding a hologram of a human heart or a horse or a mini city in the palm of your hand. The HoloCube lets you do that.Using augmented reality and virtual reality goggles (which cost $60), the toy (from Merge VR) lets you hold and interact with holograms.


The Best Phones and Gadgets We Saw at Mobile World Congress

[Merge Cube] “It’s being sold as a neat toy, and developers are working on games, educational content, and other kid-friendly experiences that can play out on the cube. But it’s also a peek at the future of AR, and specifically phone-based AR, which is just beginning to show its potential in the wake of the much-hyped VR frenzy.”

How the Merge VR Holo Cube Upends the History of Interface Tech

What could the next step in user interfaces be? Merge VR’s Holo Cube offers a physical presence that evades other high-tech interfaces.

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