february 2013 / divide & conquer

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This algorithmic technique is often used to instantly solve a problem of size, a solution is found directly by the division of a space into two or more smaller areas.  This technique can yield elegant, simple and quite often very efficient interpretations which can easily be applied to a variety of challenging dimensions.

Spaces only become smaller when divided and it does not always makes great sense to enclose an area, however given the amazing range of products currently being developed by Kenzan, it is something that will tease your imagination and demand attention.  Rarely do we come across a product which is so hard to ignore …

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