Designer and developer Tomohiro Hayata based in Tokyo, Japan has created a new modular model making system aptly named Bridger which has been specifically designed to provide the first hobby experience for junior builders and enthusiasts.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the modular model making system which is launched by Kickstarter this month to raise the required funds it needs to go into production. If all goes well backers should start to receive their pledges during May 2018.
Tomohiro explains more about his modular model making system.
To please junior builders and enthusiasts, we decided to lower hurdles for making great models easily without patience. We’ve designed Modular Model Making toy system from bottom up that adopts friendly block mechanism for achieving hassle-free professional model building. We want to spread our principle and reach broad uptakes across globe. You will let us launch a fun, easy and cool model that junior builders at home can engage in endless creative development. Thanks!
Bridger is easy to assemble, hassle-free and professional model based on our simple block mechanism. You can maximize tinkering experience and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) processes with a sense of achievement! You can customize the design and change the look by combining various functional parts to build your model. Toy systems should be designed friendly. We believe it a great idea to let junior builders build something quickly without the need for too many challenging processes. We’ve designed a friendly ecosystem that adopts block mechanism for achieving hassle-free and professional model building.
For more information on the Bridger modular model making system jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website by following the link below.
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