Louis Toorenburg is an instantly recognisable, very-tall, puzzle enthusiast, collector and designer (with a long white beard) who runs a puzzle museum and shop Labyrinth Woodworks and maze near Waimamaku, New Zealand. He has entered numerous puzzles in the Nob Yoshigahara Puzzle Design Competition.
The Copycoder provides a good introduction to secret codes and enables pupils to send encrypted messages to each other then decipher them. The Copycoder optically transforms the encrypted marks so that so that they become readable. With its cleverly designed lenticular surface the Copycoder demonstrates the effect lenses can have on the things we see and the way we see them. Great fun for budding secret agents but could also provide a serious introduction to a lesson about the encryption of on-line information. Size: 75mm x 105mm.
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