One of Leonardo’s most iconic images, the Aerial Screw (also known as the Helicopter) illustrates the ingenuity of da Vinci, and indicates (along with many other drawings!) his obsession with flying.
While this 15th Century (!) idea may never have got off the ground, for some basic technical reasons, it gave us an insight into the different ways in which Leonardo considered the challenge of human powered flying, and defines him as an inventor well ahead of his time.
Hydraulic Gearbots are not all that common, but the fun thing about this one is that it is relatively easy to make, will amaze your friends, and you can toss popcorn around when your parents are not home (if you are a parent don’t read that last sentence).
There is information about the different gears at the end, and if you read it our researchers said you could be 42% smarter!
It was awarded “2016 Toy of the Year“- for building kits by Creative Child Magazine!
The simple motto of this shape sort box is: "Who eats what?"
Its implementation is demonstrated by the obvious appreciation of all children who are starting to explore their environment with curiosity and to learn through playing by mastering challenges and thus developing their abilities.
The elaborate design offers the necessary play element.