You know I have been trying to keep you up to date to great Kickstarter projects which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them.
This time I have a great puzzle book to present. Codex Silenda: the Book of Puzzles is a five page puzzle book (I know there are not that many surprises yet! ^_^ ), but the great part is that these puzzles are crafted by laser and assembled by hand.
Moreover, each page features an interesting puzzle which asks the “reader” to solve it before progressing to the next page. Another great thing is that on the back of the pages a story starts to unfold. The story is about an apprentice in Da Vinci’s Workshop who encounters the same puzzle. This idea came because:
the problem with puzzles today is they are either simple and cheap or hand crafted and supremely expensive. Yet once you’ve solved either type of puzzle, you know the solution and have no desire to ever play with the puzzle again. The Codex addresses this issue of replayability by offering five puzzles in one, an intriguing story that ties everything together and a hidden storage compartment.
The images look absolutely incredible and they make me extremely curios for the book (images are from their Kickstarter page):
Absolutely incredible, show it so love on Kickstarter if you like the idea.
Don’t forget that maths is everywhere! Enjoy! ~LThMath