Nimuno's Lego Tape Turns Anything Into A Lego-Friendly Surface
This Lego compatible tape might just be the coolest toy there is. Everyone knows just how popular Lego has been through the years, with a wide variety of Lego sets for old and young alike. And now with Nimuno’s Lego tape, this adhesive plastic strip with Lego bumps on one side takes the popular toy to a whole new level. The tape allows you to turn anything into a Lego compatible surface, from walls to globes, toys to your body. You will want to take a look at the short video that shows this exciting new tape in action. The tape is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, where you can order a couple of rolls of the tape for $11. Nimuno has already reached its original goal by leaps and bounds, and they still have almost a month to go on the campaign. So this toy is clearly as popular as you’d expect. The campaign has raised over $1,200,000 of it's original $8,000 goal.
This innovative tape can build around corners, on curved surfaces, and onto the sides of that sailing ship, you've just spent hours building. The tape is easy to use just snip a length of the Nimuno Loops tape, stick it on the surface and mount your Lego toy. The tape is compatible with LEGO Blocks, Kreo blocks, Mega Bloks, and most major toy building block systems. The tape opens up a whole new universe of possibilities. After more than a year of development on the tape, the designers are confident that the product is ready for production. With the contributions from the fundraising campaign they can pay for final prototyping and testing of the Nimuno Loops using various materials and adhesive, along with the creation of industrial tools for the casting of Nimuno Loops. Nimuno Loops is located in Cape Town, South Africa.
If you don't already know, Lego is a line of plastic construction toys that are manufactured by The Lego Group, which is a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. The company's flagship product, Lego, consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks or blocks as they are known. The bricks are accompanied by an array of gears, figurines that are called mini figures, and various other parts. Lego bricks, blocks, and pieces can be assembled and connected ina variety of ways, to include objects, vehicles, spaceships, boats, buildings, and working robots to name a few. The Lego creations that you build are only limited by your imagination. Anything constructed with the blocks can then be taken apart again, and the pieces can be used to make other objects.
Back in 1998, LEGO was one of the original toys to be inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame, and it's easy to see why. LEGO is 85 years old, with the LEGO Group being founded in 1932 in Denmark. Lego went from being made in a small carpenter’s workshop to being the world’s third largest manufacturer of toys. A LEGO block from 1958 can still interlock with a LEGO brick made today. LEGO blocks are part of a universal system, so that regardless of the year that they were made and the set that the Lego piece belongs to, each piece is compatible with existing pieces. The name LEGO was created by using the first two letters of the Danish words of Leg and Godt, which translated means play well. This is just one of the stories you will find on the Daily Dot site. Daily Dot has all sorts of trending stories, from health, viral, today's top celebrity news, news about famous people and so much more. **