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People are using cardboard boxes to make iPhone cinemas and it's strangely ingenious

Simplicity at its best.

A NEW TREND in Japan is taking the internet by storm.

If you like watching movies on your iPad, but the screen just isn’t big enough, here’s the surprisingly low-tech solution.

A cardboard box.

Hey, it does the trick. All you need to do is cut holes for your head and phone, and sit back while all outside noise and light is blocked out.

The box theater has become a huge thing in Japan, with tweets dating back to 2013 showing first use of the contraption.

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make your own, it’s in Japanese but easy enough to follow.

Source: TaiHokkeShishamo/YouTube

If you’re worried about losing sound outside the box, just add some portable speakers inside or wear a pair of headphones.

Just don’t expect your housemates to understand if they walk in on you.

ht Mashable

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