RedboxVR specialises in the manufacture and supply of Virtual Reality Kits specifically designed
for the classroom. We have a worldwide customer base and believe we produce the most complete all-in-one solution for bringing Virtual Reality content into the hands of students.
RedboxVR are the only Official Google Expedition Kit Partner in the UK, based in the North
West of England from where we deliver to clients throughout the UK and Europe, and as far away as the Middle East, Far East, the US, Africa and Australia.
Our continuing research into the latest technological advances in Virtual Reality and Augmented
Reality allow us to provide the ultimate immersive learning experience.
All RedboxVR kits are UK made and self-contained so absolutely everything you need is included and ready to go. This is technology that doesn't get in the way, it paves the way for engaging, exciting learning like never before!
Contained within the RedboxVR iNcharge case there are the following items:
Intelligent device management system.
The in-built electronics detect what device is plugged into it and charges it accordingly.
Dual Band WiFi router. The router is built into the kit and requires no setup or external
power. It creates its own WiFi network to allow our kit to work independently of any
Full HD 5.5” Android or ARCore student devices. These are fully pre-configured and set up to be
dedicated student VR/AR devices assigned to the schools GSuite for Education account.
Android 10.1” Teacher device.
Design and Manufacture Process
RedboxVR kits are specifically designed with the classroom in mind, using the latest CAD design and CNC machinery we manufacture the kits to be durable and portable.
The built-in electronics are manufactured by Ability Tec in Bolton Grteater Manchester,
a commercially focused Social Enterprise that manufacture PCB boards.
Ability Tec were the first to re-open a Remploy factory.
Ability Tec and Public Sector Procurement
Ability Tec is a Social Enterprise Contract Electronic Manufacturer employing people
Any end customer of an Ability Tec assembled printed Circuit Board can take advantage of the
Social Value Act (2013) and Equality Act (2010) when selling to public bodies.
Google have very stringent technical requirements that the devices must meet in order to be offcially approved for Expedition Kits. All of the RedboxVR devices have passed these compatibility tests.
The Homido Grab VR headsets received the "Works with Google Cardboard"
certification, ensuring complete compatibility with Google Cardboard applications.