An ARKit developer has published a kit of frames from the Future of Gaming Expo, a massive gaming expo that takes place in San Francisco in 2018.

Ars Technica spoke to the developer of the kit, which he described as “a frame kit from the AR Kit” who gave us a heads up about what the kit was and what it was going to look like.

“A lot of people asked for a frame from the end of last year, so I thought, let’s do that,” the developer said.

“And the first one I made was from a piece of cardboard that I bought for $10 on Amazon.

So I made this as a gift for my wife.”

The kit consists of a large cardboard box with two sides, two legs and four arms.

It’s meant to be placed in front of your face for the first time, but if you’re sitting still, you may find it difficult to move the camera or use your hands to get around.

The box is also equipped with a USB port for charging, and a button to open up the front of the box to show off the contents of the cardboard box.

The kit comes with a wide variety of accessories that include a flashlight, ear buds, and an extra-long cable that can extend your phone’s battery.

The included accessories will come in handy if you have a camera, as you can grab a flashlight and earbuds for your phone without having to worry about getting them wet.

You can find the kit on Kickstarter right now, and the developer promises that the kit will ship in October 2018.