Paper Dome

Paperdome is the world first Personal Immersive Cardboard Dome Screen which can make you travel to another place. You can share immersive VR & 360 experiences with your family or friends at the same time without the need of VR goggle. Paperdome has two types of screen: one is a full-dome type that can create a closed dark space to enjoy unique cinematic experiences. Another one is a half-dome type, suitable for casual VR presentations at a shop or during an event. An inexpensive, environmentally friendly, quiet and self-relying dome screen which will perfectly fit your VR and 360 movie projects.



The company


Soupstudio is a creative studio in Yamagata Japan running by Tanaka Satoshi. The studio provides Paper robots for kids who are learning code, paper modular space construction systems, and other paper products. Paper Dome was Inspired by 'Park' (Immersive VR simulation room) in the triangular tower from Hayao Miyazaki's TV anime 'Future Boy Conan' (1978). The aim is to make Paperdome a gate for children to dive into new worlds like space, deep-sea or micro world.