This is a tutorial created by Youtuber SKM demonstrating how to make a functional Rubik's Cube out of cardboard using this template available for free download via Google Drive. It looks...rather complicated. And if you seriously are...Show More Summary
SKM created a new mind boggling tutorial video where they show how to make a Rubik’s Cube out of cardboard. The template for their build is available to download from Google Drive. A Functioning Rubik’s Cube Made Out of IceA Rubik’s Cube Battenberg Style CakeA Calculator to Measure Your House in Rubik’s Cubes
David Singmaster‘s “Notes on Rubik’s magic cube” are a collectors item, but it is still possible to buy a copy. I own a fifth edition (august 1980). These notes capture the Rubik craze of those years really well. Here’s a Conway story, from Siobhan Roberts’ excellent biography Genius at Play. The ICM in Helsinki in […]
Amazon is selling this cool-looking speed cube for $5.21. I love the colors. I have been trying to solve Rubik's Cube for decades. I'll get it one day!
Did you see the kid who did a Rubik's Cube in less than five seconds? That's faster than most Corvettes can do zero-to-sixty. That's faster than a Wall Street crash. And that's about how long it took -- give or take a week -- to sue the Rubik's company......
This is a video of Rubik's Cube lover Tony Fisher (of world's largest and smallest Rubik's Cube and ice Rubik's Cube non-fame) mixing up and then re-solving a functional candle Rubik's Cube after lighting all the wicks on the red side. Show More Summary
British puzzle maker Tony Fisher, who built the world’s largest and smallest Rubik’s Cube puzzle, is back with a new stunt. This time around, Fisher created a Rubik’s Cube candle, lit some of the wicks on it, and solved the functioning cube while it was still burning. CrazyBad 4x4x6 Fisher Cuboid, A Difficult Adaptation of...
When I was a kid, solving a Rubik’s Cube was considered an extremely difficult task for most. These days, there are armies of kids who can solve a Rubik’s Cube in seconds. So now they’ve moved…
After tearing down an insanely complicated 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube, puzzlemaster Tony Fisher managed to acheive something far more daunting – painstakingly putting the thousands of individual pieces back together into a working puzzle...
"I literally just read the manual that told you what moves kinda helped."
Cube puzzle guru Tony Fisher decided to see how the insane 17x17x17 Yuxin Huang Long puzzle is put together, so he cracked it open to reveal the thousands of pieces which go into its assembly. Now it’s a whole new kind of puzzle to try and put it back together.
Recently we heard the “Cantina Theme” from Star Wars played with a pencil as it writes. Now listen to the same iconic song performed on a Rubik’s Cube as it’s being solved by YouTuber TheCubician. [via Geekologie]
Whether you asked for it or not, music made with nonmusical things has become a revolution. YouTuber The Cubican is the latest to join, also recreating the "Cantina Theme" from Star Wars but this time with the solving of a Rubik's cube. The...Show More Summary
Last week we witnessed the Star Wars "Cantina Band" theme song being played with a pencil as a math formula. Now, YouTuber TheCubician has made of a video of him playing the song simply by manipulating a Rubik's Cube. It now seems like a challenge to come up with new, crazy ways to play the song. Show More Summary
Just last week we were treated with a video of a woman playing The Imperial March using only a pencil. This Rubik's Cuber set out to crush her.
Watch as magician Paul Vu uses various Rubik’s Cubes to totally baffle Ellen Degeneres on her show. Somehow, if you look at her face, Ellen doesn’t seem all that pleased about not seeing the illusions behind the tricks, even though they’ve...Show More Summary
A Rubik's cube master tackles the Star Wars Mos Eisley cantina theme while solving the colorful puzzle.
After watching Dani Ochoa performing the Cantina Band song from Star Wars using only a pencil and a piece of paper, Youtuber “The Cubician” decided to try his hand at playing the song with a Rubik’s cube while solving it at the same time. Show More Summary
Inspired by Dani Ochia's pencil and paper mathematical formula performance of the song, this is a video of Youtuber TheCubician performing the Star Wars Cantina Song on a Rubik's Cube while solving it. It appears he had the cube perfectly set up so it would be solved when the song was over. Show More Summary
TheCubician performed a unique cover of John Williams‘ classic “Cantina Band” song from Star Wars: A New Hope on a Rubik’s Cube while it was being solved. TheCubician was inspired by the Cantina Band song cover that Dani Ochoa performed by writing a formula on a piece of paper with a pencil. Star Wars Cantina...