Rainbow Loom is a plastic loom used to weave colorful rubber bands into bracelets and charms. It was invented in 2011 by Cheong Choon Ng in Novi, Michigan. As of September 2013, it had sold over 1.2 million units, according to Ng, who has sued the makers of rival products FunLoom and Cra-Z-Loom for patent infringement.
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The Rainbow Loom is a plastic pillboard measuring 2 inches (51 mm) by 8 inches (200 mm). It has push pin-type pegs over which small, colored rubber bands are looped and pulled by a rainbow loom crochet hook. The resulting looped knots, known as Brunnian links, can be assembled on the loom into bracelets and other shapes. The Rainbow Loom kit includes a pegboard, a rainbow loom hook, 24 special C-shaped clips, and 600 small rubber bands in assorted colors
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Rainbow Loom was created by Cheong Choon Ng, a Malaysian immigrant of Chinese descent who came to the United States in 1991 to attend Wichita State University, where he earned a graduate degree in mechanical engineering. He was employed as a crash-test engineer for Nissan Motor Company in 2010 . He conceived the idea of a toy loom for rubber-band crafting after seeing his young daughters make rubber-band bracelets. He tried to show them how they can link the rubber bands together but was unsuccessful, so he stuck a scrapboard with multiple rows of pushpins on which the bands can be linked more easily.