Puzzle Solution

Over the years we have nurtured a tradition of gifting  custom made puzzles to our community. These puzzles, are meant to reflect Optimiza’s aspiration to help you resolve any technology challenges you may face.


2018 Puzzle


Wooden Tangram Puzzle

This puzzle can be more challenging than it first appears.

In Keeping with our annual tradition, and on our 35th Anniversary, we chose for you this Tangram; an ancient dissection puzzle, said to be of Chinese origin. It consists of seven geometric pieces, called tans, which are assembled to form an endless variety of new shapes.

And just like the seven assembled pieces can be interpreted in many ways, this Puzzle, in your hands, custom made in Jordan, is meant to reflect our commitment to helping you design unique professional technology solutions tailored to your business needs.

The puzzle has simple rules: recreate the target figure using all seven pieces without any overlap. Over 6500 different tangram problems have been created from 19th century alone, and the current number is ever-growing.

here you can find  35 shapes (Puzzles)  and their solutions


 


2017 Puzzle


3D Printed Reptile Puzzle

M.C. Escher’s famous reptile printIn keeping with our annual tradition, the 2017 puzzle, is modeled of the work of Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) one of the world’s most famous mathematically graphic artists.

He is most famous for his so-called impossible constructions, such as Ascending and Descending, Relativity, and his Transformation Prints. This year’s puzzle specifically is inspired by M.C. Escher’s famous reptile lithograph print (see video below), first printed in March 1943.


Watch Video: Reptiles
 by (M. C. Escher)


This Reptile Puzzle, 3D printed in Jordan, is meant to reflect Optimiza’s commitment to continuously sharing with you the latest in leading edge technology. Following are a few photos taken during the printing journey.


2016 Puzzle


3D Wooden Cube Puzzle Solution

This 3D brain teaser wooden cube is also well known as the snake cube, looks so simple but requires effort of brain to solve. These chain cubes, are puzzles consisting of 27 cubes connected together. The aim of the puzzle is to fold it into the shape of a 3x3x3 cube.

check below how to solve it!