The design toy GOM hit the shelves in July. Composed of paper modules for creating and building 3D forms, GOM invites everyone above 5 years of age who enjoys playing games for this experience. In this period where technology overtook the games, GOM contributes to the matters of sensitive motor skills, expressing opinions, spiritual and ar tistic expressions, perception of colors and numbers, patience and commitment. It emphasizes on the impor tance of courage to create within the scope of design. Also functioning as a hobby for adults, GOM is an ideal tool for self knowledge for the people interested in the field of design. It also suppor ts the communication between the members of families who like to spend quality time without competition and the notion of winning. Endearing mathematics to children through the forms insipired by Plato’s geometry and laying emphasis on the significance of abstract thinking, GOM refers to the quote, “Let no one ignorant of geometry enter” which was engraved at the door of Plato’s Academy with its mot to “Spread the Geometry”.
GOM is gender-free. It ’s not pink or blue, it ’s color ful.
GOM is not a fastmoving game, it ’s a slow toy.
GOM is not for beating your opponent but for becoming skilled.
GOM lets you fantasize. It has basic rules and the rest is up to the imagination of the player.
It has a six-page manual that is prepared in English and Turkish, 10 pieces of cardboards in 5 different colors and a total of 140 circular pieces. The included paper does not contain harmful paints for children. The suggested adhesive is liquid adhesive without solvents.