Time magazine metaphor for Lego in the 21st century
Nanodots that are difficult to put down once you get it
Inspiring the creativity of countless players in Europe, America, Japan, and Korea
Imaginative New Unit
Officially landed in Taiwan!
Nanodots represent different things for many people. Some people like the feeling that something can be played in their hands. For others, it is a way to express themselves, just like an art. Some people think that he is actually an exploration or an experiment. But his most fascinating place is that the most fundamental element in these infinite possibilities is a magnet bead, just like the atoms that make up everything in the world.
The first time the concept was discovered was from a genius mathematician in Hungary, Janos Szaki, who used tiny spherical magnets to show the mathematical and geometric concepts in his mind, because many mathematical theories have no specific type . So after seeing this invention, the excited Tim Szeto and the founder of Nanodots immediately flew to Hungary, telling Janos that he loved the concept and wanted to make it into a product that people all over the world could experience first-hand. The two of them collaborated to find out the most suitable size and paint to create a product that will allow users to continuously create their own inner world.
The development of the Nanodots began in 2008. Immediately after its launch, it was well received by all mainstream media. In 2011, it presented its model of the magnet and golden globe at the Golden Globe Awards. It is also the world’s largest magnetite work. Currently listed in more than 30 countries around the world, if you look closely, you can see it in some of the most popular dramas in recent years. One by one, nanodots has become a new unit of 21st century imagination. !
Origin / manufacturing methods
Canadian Design, Made in China
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