Are you a Rubik’s Cube enthusiast? Have a liking for the electrifying colors of the popular toy? Then check out this awesome creation that happens to replicate a jumbled Rubik’s cube! Meet the Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Cover.
RPR Float Table is a special kind of table that is both a utilitarian and a sculptural piece. Although it may look like a Rubik’s cube replica in structure, it is devoid of the striking colors of the popular puzzle.
You might have tried or may even have come with flying colors while solving a jumbled Rubik’s Cube. But how about levitating one such cube? Did you know you could do that too? So watch this tutorial and find out how it all happens.
When you take a look at this table, it instantly reminds you of the amazing puzzle, the Rubik’s Cube. Inspired by the same, this was conceptualized to serve both as a table for small spaces and a book case.
Most probably you know about Rubik’s cube and the challenges it presents before us almost any time you pick up the jumbled puzzle. Many a times you might have also thought of taking a look inside the system by which it operates. In spite of the frustrations it provides, it’s an exciting toy to own and has been a loving one for decades. May be that’s why this Cubby House!
We have all been there. Oh yes, we are talking about solving a single Rubik’s Cube! Now imagine 85,794 of those being twisted and turned systematically, so that each could fit into making a picture that is 200 feet wide and 13 feet high. Simply colossal!