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Meet the MERGE Cube, the world's first, holographic object you can hold in the palm of your hand.

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  • Holographic Play icon

    Holographic Play

  • Augmented Reality icon

    AR, VR, & Mixed Reality

  • iOS and Android icons

    Works with iOS & Android

  • AR Headset icon

    Compatible with
    VR/AR Goggles

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  • National Parenting Product Award
  • Toy Insider: Top Holiday Toy
  • Good Housekeeping: Best Toy Award
  • DISTREE Fresh Award

    2017 FRESH Award

  • Wired

    Grandes Productos del 2017 (Reino Unido)

    Best Phones and Gadgets
    at Mobile World Congress

  • Moms Choice Award
  • TechRadar

    CES 2017Most Unique Product

Cobertura en los medios


Cutting-Edge Schools Show How Education Is Everyone's Business

This is a completely different way to experience augmented and virtual reality because it provides users with a handheld cube essentially allowing the child to hold a hologram in her hand.

Venture Beat

MERGE Cube augmented reality toy debuts at Walmart

The MERGE Cube costs only $15, and it is compatible with iOS and Android devices. It features dozens of games and experiences built for it. The launch of the MERGE Cube in Walmart stores follows the earlier launch of the company’s MERGE VR/AR Goggles…

Good Housekeeping

The Good Housekeeping Best Toy Awards 2017

“Our experts vetted 500-plus new toys for safety, quality and skill-building. Then we asked the toughest critics — kids — to name the 'bestest' of all. Meet this holiday's top hits!”


How MERGE is Building an XR Ecosystem for Kids

MERGE is also working on educating kids and teachers and continuing to merge the physical and digital worlds from publishing guides on how to make MERGE Cube apps to launching future products and experiences.


MERGE VR's [MERGE Cube] let me play Minecraft in the palm of my hand

With all the fun I was having, my skepticism had vanished. It might not be a revolutionary new form for augmented reality but MERGE’s cube could be an essential toy for kids who don’t just want to see AR, but play with it.