OK, sometimes you just have to think for a minute to realize just how fast we’re accelerating into some sort of bazingularity of science and technology.
As in Lego and Ikea getting behind a program to help today’s kids 3D print the very toys that Albert “Relativity Baby!” Einstein played with as his magnificent mind was formed. 3ders.org has the details:
Kids can now play with Albert Einstein’s childhood toys thanks to the “Open Einstein” 3D scanning and printing initiative led by the Real Play Coalition.
The Real Play Coalition, which presented its initiative at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, is a group consisting of members from Unilever, the LEGO Foundation, and IKEA. Together, the companies are aiming to promote the importance of physical playtime for kids, something which they believe is going by the wayside.