Snaak is composed of 64 interlocking cuboid units. Simple enough. But describing what Snaak could be is a bit tricky. That's because there's roughly ten to the power of forty-four possible Snaak configurations.
Basically, Snaak is a fun 3D puzzle and an ingenious little tool for making shapes with your hands. Fascinating geometric designs, neat robots, a pair of sweet shades. Just about any shape you can dream up is possible with Snaak.
Snaak was first envisioned by inventor/artist Gideon Cube-Sherman in 2004. After making several prototypes and running a massively successful Kickstarter, Snaak is now available for infinite experimentation.