A Rubik’s Cube solving robot built by MIT mechanical engineering student Ben Katz and electrical engineering student Jared Di Carlo of MIT.
Don’t blink as the machine solves the puzzle in a world record beating 0.38 seconds: first in real time, then at 0.25x speed, in case you missed it, then 0.003x speed, in case you missed that.
A short by Chinese animation student Enge Xue in which a Rubik’s Cube-headed man in a Rubik’s Cube-headed world attempts to maintain connection when the colours of his face become mixed up. Also, he’s in his tights-whiteys.
A short from Polder Animation that tells the tale of Esra – a girl approached by a sentient Rubik’s Cube as she waits for a train.
An ingenious creation by amateur engineer Human Controller – a robotised Rubik’s Cube that can solve itself in minutes, whether held in the hand or tumbling over a flat surface.
Geek off on the internal gubbins
Juggler Ravi does what he do.
Dude should join the Nerdling Bros Circus. Or something.
Stack of six. $20 from ThinkGeek
New Rubik’s Cube World Record