More than 50 thousand pieces: Kodak has released the world's largest puzzleBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/more-than-50-thousand-pieces-kodak-has-released-the-worlds-largest-puzzle
Kodak has unveiled the world's largest commercial puzzle consisting of 51,300 fragments. When assembled, the height of the puzzle is 1.9 meters, the length is 8.6 meters, the whole structure weighs 18.5 kilograms.
The puzzle is a collage of 27 modern wonders of the world, including the Great Wall of China, the Colosseum and St. Basil's Cathedral.
In order not to drive puzzle lovers crazy, the image on it is divided into 21 segments. Everyone is a photo of a major city landmark, Moscow has also received attention.
Each image consists of 1,900 fragments. The collage is divided, it can be assembled in parts — for convenience, the puzzle is delivered in 27 boxes. According to the authors' calculations, the complete solution of the puzzle should take from 16 to 21 days.
The Great Wall of China, the Roman Colosseum, the pyramid of Kukulkan in Chichen Itza, Machu Picchu in Peru, the Taj Mahal in India and many other architectural monuments.
Kodak claims that their giant novelty "has the highest print quality ever released puzzles."
The assembly of the canvas will take from 16 to 21 days. The cost of the novelty is $ 600 (about 46,000 rubles).
Before that, the title of the largest commercial puzzle belonged to the puzzle "Around the World", which consisted of 42 thousand fragments — it also depicted world attractions.
The record for the largest non-commercial puzzle was set by 1600 Vietnamese students: they made a lotus image from 551,232 parts.