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Benefits of the 3d-Puzzle

Possible Main Benefits - Conditions That Can Benefit

Therapists That Can Use The 3d-Puzzles - Teaching Geometry


Potential Benefits of the 3d-Puzzles and Puzzle Games: 4-Minute Video


The 3d-Puzzle can be classified as a Sequential Movement Puzzle. The puzzles in this category require a repeated manipulation of the puzzle to get the puzzle to a certain target condition.

The 3d-Puzzles of different sizes (2", 4", 8", 12" and 16"), material and articulation-hinges are targeting audiences including young children (preschool and up), teens, young adults, middle age and seniors, people affected by various types of disability, therapists and patients in special facilities with a fresh approach to life improvement.

The 3d-Puzzles starting at 4" are presently under development.

Puzzle Game Apps are also available to play on your computer. For more information go to the Game Apps page.

Even though people speak different languages, puzzles such as the 3d-Puzzle seem to rise above culture-specific modes of understanding the world.

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Possible Main Benefits
  • Improving hand-eye coordination and dexterity. Visual spatial relations improvements such as the ability to determine that one form or part of a form is turned in a different direction than the others.
  • Developing problem solving skills.
  • Helping to diminish the ravaging effects on mental skills by the process of aging and to enhance cognition generally.
  • And more.

manipulations

Sensory & Solving Skills - Recognition of Patterns - Persistence - Dexterity - etc.


Letter Puzzle

Recognition of Words - Hand/Eye Coordination - Concentration - etc.


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Conditions That Can Benefit
  • Developmental delays
  • Autism
  • Visual Perception
  • Coordination/balance/strength
  • And more.

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Therapists That Can Use The 3d-Puzzles
  • Occupational
  • TBI and PTSD
  • Social Workers
  • School Psychologists
  • And more.

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Teaching Geometry

2d to 4D

From left to right: the Square, the Cube and the Tesseract.
The two-dimensional (2d) Square is bounded by one-dimensional (1d) lines; the three-dimensional (3d) Cube by two-dimensional areas,
and the four-dimensional (4D) Tesseract by three-dimensional volumes.


  • Most people in spite of living in a three-dimensional world can without special practice make spatial judgments based on the length of, and angle between, line segments embedded in four-dimensional space.
  • Description of positional relationships of objects in space.
  • Geometry for children begins with play. Rich and stimulating instructions can be provided through playful activity with puzzles such as the 3d-Puzzle.
  • The 3d-Puzzle could allow children to explore shape and geometry.
  • Moving within a Dimensional Space & between Dimensional Spaces.
  • And more.

3D2D Geometry

The 3D2D Geometry Website describes the 2-Dimensional Shapes and 3-Dimensional Objects,
and illustrates dynamically the way they intersect with the plane or between themselves.


Digital Books

The Digital Books explain in great detail benefits than can be derived and obtained by playing with the 3d-Puzzles.