App Cube: Geeky cube that combines mobile apps and Rubik’s Cube

On November 22, 2011, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We already saw that robots can solve Rubik’s Cube without any problems, and if you enjoy solving Rubik’s Cube as well, you might be interested in this geeky version of this popular toy.

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CubeStormer II robot solves Rubik’s Cube in seconds

On November 4, 2011, in Robotics, by Mike Jefferson

Today’s robots can play Angry Birds on tablets, but other robots such as Ruby can solve Rubik’s Cube in seconds, and speaking of Rubik’s Cube and robots, today we have another robot that is capable of solving Rubik’s Cube.

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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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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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