Solving the Rubik’s cube isn’t an easy task for an average human, but if humans can’t solve the Rubik’s cube, this latest technology robot might be able to offer you some help and at a decent pace too.

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Here’s a geeky video for fans of the Rubik’s cube. This is a fully functional 10mm Rubik’s Cube designed by Evgeniy Grigoriev. Evgeniy Grigoriev beat his own previous record of a 12mm cube by creating this homemade fully functioning (10mm across) Rubik’s Cube.

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When it was released in 1974, Rubik’s Cube has been a huge hit all over the world. It was a simple toy, but who would even dream that Rubik’s Cube will be used to produce energy?

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Robots and machines when built from Lego blocks can do alot of stunning tasks and this Lego Mindstorms Cubestormer is a prime example of what these guys can do. The video below shows you the world’s fastest known Lego Mindstorms RCX speedcubing robot. Built entirely from just Lego elements, it scans and solves any 3x3x3 Rubik’s cube combination in under 12 seconds.

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TechnoSource unveils one of the world’s favourist cube, the Rubik’s Cube, with a totally new, never ever been seen feature: touchscreen. To play this touchscreen Rubik’s Cube aka TouchCube, you press the Scramble square to scramble the cube and then, with a simple swipe of your finger, you will be able slide the lights on the TouchCube just like the original Rubik’s Cube.

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I have to admit though, this is pretty geeky, but touchscreens seem like they will be on every gadget of the future, so what the heck! Video after the jump…

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