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Three-dimensional wooden skeleton puzzle for children from the age of 6 of a Tiger.


Three-dimensional wooden skeleton puzzle for children from the age of 6 of a Tiger.


Three-dimensional wooden skeleton puzzle for children from the age of 6 of a Tiger.


Responsible wood and instructive so this puzzle can be described.



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Build your own lifelike animal A gygantic 3D Tyrannosaurus, leeu, snake or other animal. The puzzle pieces fit together perfectly, without the use of glue or tools. The 3D puzzle is made of sturdy, high-quality ecologically sound wood. The Puzzle is delivered in a beautiful gift box with an image and of course a building instruction. (In English) The puzzle is put together within one hour for experienced puzzlers. Really a nice and educational project for children. The recommended age for this age is for children from 6 years. But adults can also get started with this puzzle.

The term three-dimensional or 3D indicates that something has three geometrical dimensions: depth, width and height. Examples of three-dimensional things are a sphere, a pyramid or a spatial object such as a shoebox. The abbreviated 3D designation is usually used to indicate that something can be perceived as spatial: 3D photos, 3D movie or 3D computer graphics. What is meant by this is not always clear. In computer games, the term 3D is often used, which means that perspective images are shown. The term 3D is also used for the technique that is also known as stereoscopy, where two different images are offered, one for the left eye and one for the right eye. Stereotypes are not really spatial, but certain tricks (for example, glasses with a red and a blue glass) give the impression that the image is three-dimensional. The 3D designation here refers to unexpected visual images. One expects a two-dimensional image, but sees depth in the image presented and experiences this as three-dimensional. In addition, the term 3D is used for a television technique called WOWvx.