You better get your magnifying glass and some tweezers to solve this Rubik’s Cube. Puzzle maker Tony Fisher had previously built the world’s largest Rubik’s Cube, and now it looks like he’s built the world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube.
Check out these awesome cubic cakes created by French chef Cédric Grolet. This is exactly what a rich person’s Rubik’s Cube looks like when they want to eat one.
Grolet was rated the best pastry chef in 2016 by the Relais Desserts Association, so he clearly knows what he’s doing.
Two of the most frustrating things that I played growing up were Super Mario Bros. and the Rubik’s Cube. As a kid in the ’80s you were guaranteed to get at least one Rubik’s Cube each Christmas or birthday.
This Rubik’s Cube style puzzle will blow your mind. Puzzle maker Tony Fisher has created this “impossible” 1x5x5 Rubik’s cube style cuboid puzzle, and it’s so cool.
What’s so impossible about it? Well, this single-layer puzzle design would not be functional using a traditional Rubik’s cube mechanism.
Remember that kid that solved a Rubik’s Cube in 5.25-seconds? He’s a sloth compared to the robot that Jay Flatland and his pal Paul Rose created. The motorized ‘bot has a 3D-printed frame, and is controlled by an Arduino and custom software running on a Linux PC.
YouTuber, Rubik’s Cube enthusiast and masochist corenpuzzler designed and 3D printed what he claims is the world’s highest order Rubik’s Cube, one with 484 cubelets on each face.
Corenpuzzler said it he printed it on a Prusa i3 over the span of 8 months.
I’ve heard of LEGO machines that solve Rubik’s Cubes, but this is the first time I’ve encountered Rubik’s Cubes made of LEGO. Qunotoys’ fully functioning Rubrick Cube replaces the puzzle toy’s stickers with 1×1 LEGO plates.
Some people are so good at things that they make you feel downright stupid. If you have zero talent solving the various Rubik’s Cubes, then Melbourne, Australia Rubik’s Cube champion Feliks Zemdegs will make you feel pretty useless.
Any child of the ’80s will remember the Rubik’s Cube with a mix of hatred and nostalgia. These things are officially the best-selling toy of all time, and were one of the most annoying gifts you could possibly be given.
This kid is crazy. Crazy awesome. Check out this video of 15-year old Justin Stomp solving a Rubik’s Cube while spinning on his head. I know, crazy. I can’t do either of those things and this kid is doing both at the same time.
I’m not sure what it is with the human fascination of watching things be destroyed, but I also enjoy it. I especially enjoyed watching this Rubik’s Cube melt and burn when a red hot nickel ball was placed on top.
Are you ready to watch a monster 17×17×17 Rubik’s cube get solved by some Mensa genius? Me too. Watch as Kenneth Brandon, a Rubik’s Cube pro, solves one of these giant cubes. Grab a snack and go pee because the full video is nearly 8 hours long.
Do you know someone who’s always bragging about his Rubik’s Cube solving skills? Get the Pillow 13x13x13 IQ Cube and lob it at that person’s head. Then dare him to solve it. Not only is it an irregular Rubik’s Cube knockoff, it’s also freakin’ huge.
So let’s say you have some valuable cash and rings lying around. You could carry them with you or lock them in a proper safe, but what fun would that be? Hide your possessions in plain sight by stashing them inside of a Rubik’s Cube.
ThinkGeek (and Bawls?) has the novelty cube-shaped refrigerator game in a chokehold. Along with the Borg Cube fridge, the store also released an officially licensed Rubik’s Cube fridge. I think it doesn’t look as sweet as the Star Trek baddies’ appliance, but at least it comes with replacement stickers so you can customize its look.