19.4 cm x 19.4 cm x 0.6 cm / 7.6 in x 7.6 in x 0.25 in
Please note that wood colors vary!
This original design is brought to you by Martin Raynsford and was originally funded through a Kickstarter campaign. There are several fiendishly complicated tray puzzles based upon space filling fractal curves.
The Hilbert Curve was first described by the German mathematician David Hilbert in 1891. A square space filling pattern drawn to it's 6th iteration. This is the easiest of the different puzzles from Martin. Made from a high quality birch laser plywood sheet, the natural look of the wood will show natural colour variations. The material is sanded and oiled to create a superior finish. Some of the puzzles have been dyed with wood dye. The name of the puzzle is displayed on the front, while the designer is displayed on the back.