Among the developing children's constructors, the famous Danish Lego is still out of competition. A Baumanka graduate programmer Dmitry Sokolov has undertaken to challenge the promoted global brand. He developed a constructor that develops spatial thinking called "Funklastic".
Commercially available building blocks, including Lego, have a serious drawback - most blocks only connect at the top or bottom. Unlike his predecessors in Fanlastica, instead of flat joining of parts, Dmitry Sokolov suggested joining elements in a three-dimensional way.
Thus, the possible combinations of assembly of parts were brought to infinity. In fact, the child can collect whatever his fantasy tells him.
Moreover, with the help of special parts-adapters, "Fanklastic" is perfectly combined with other designers, including its famous Danish counterpart and its counterparts.
The Russian designer has passed successful two-year tests in elementary grades, where he was highly appreciated by experts - neuropsychologists and teachers. The commercial component looks impressive as well: last year the Fanclastic kits were sold for almost 20 million rubles.