These slides use concepts from my (Jeff Funk) course on Business Models at National University of Singapore to analyze the business model for Google Cardboard. Google Cardboard provides users with a virtual reality experience for a much lower price than that from Occulus Rift. It combines a fold-out cardboard mount with an Android smart phone to enable users to feel as though they are part of a video or game. It is light, does not require wires, and content will be available from YouTube and Google Play. Young males are expected to be the largest users of Google Cardboard. Google expects to make money from sales of content through Google Play. The slides describe the value proposition, method of value capture, customers, scope of activities, and method of strategic control for Google Cardboard.