Time magazine called the 21st century Lego
Nanodots are hard to put down once you get started
Stimulate the creativity of countless players in Europe, America, Japan and South Korea
Imagination of the new unit
Official landing in Taiwan!
Nanodots represent different things for many people, some like the feeling that something can be kept on their hands, for others it's a way to express themselves, just like an art, Some people think he is actually a kind of exploration, or an experiment. But the most fascinating part of him is that the most fundamental element in these infinite possibilities of application is a magnetite, just like the atoms that make up the world.
The concept was first discovered by Janos Szaki, a Hungarian genius mathematician who uses a tiny spherical magnet to show mathematical and geometric concepts in his brain because many mathematical theories have no specific pattern . So when I saw the invention, the excited Tim Szeto, the founder of Nanodots, immediately flew to Hungary, told Janos he loved the concept and wanted to make it something that people all over the world could experience firsthand The two of them work together to find the most suitable size and paint to create a product that will last long enough for users to create their inner world of thought.
Developed in 2008, Nanodots was immediately voted by all the major media immediately after its launch. In 2011, the Nanodots showcased their magnet globe model at the Golden Globe Awards and is by far the largest magnet in the world. Now in more than 30 countries around the world, and if you look closely, you can see it in some of the more popular plays of recent years, and the nanodots have become the new units of imagination in the 21st century !
Origin / manufacturing methods
Canadian design, made in China