Toroid comes from “Torus” meaning in the form of a torus and therefor any variation of such. A torus is a surface of revolution generated by revolving a circle in a three dimensional space about an axis, always at the same distance and without touching. However, the term torus is also used when we refer to the torus that is obtained when its properties are taken to the fourth dimension. Formally, we are dealing with Clifford´s torus, in reference to the mathematician that first studied it in the mid nineteenth century. (more…)
Our first steps with Intorus are taken on the street, through experimentation and the passing of the flipyflux among many and varied hands. There is an expression and feeling common to all these hands “ WOW! This is relaxing”.
Flipyflux is much more than just a toy, as can be discovered in this free psychopedagogical guide available for downloading.
Flipyflux is both pleasant and fun, whilst at the same time adapting to the circumstances and characteristics of the user. Within a therapeutic context it defeats any resistance to therapy thereby avoiding frustration, as there is no feeling or sensation whatsoever of “doing it wrong”. Its playful character, the pleasant sensation it produces when using it and the feeling of comfort felt while undertaking this activity, allow the participants to surrender themselves to what they are doing and therefore the results of the therapy are so much more advantageous.