This wild, 3D-printed self-solving Rubik’s cube is shocking. To make it toil, a Japanese inventor employed servo motors and Arduino councils to actuate the cube as it solves itself. Sadly, there isn’t much of a build description available but it looks to be very compact and amazingly fast.
There is a description of the project on DMM-Make and you can watch the little cube scoot around a table as it solves itself in less than a instant. The designer likewise built the Human Controller, a cute method for restraining a human as they walk down the street, and the Human Crane Game which is equally inexplicable. If this Ru-bot is real and prepared for prime time it could be an astonishing Kickstarter.
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