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!
The MusixCube is a music controlling Rubik’s Cube created by industrial designer Hauke Scholz at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts And Design. It is a great controller for popular DAWs like Ableton Live, Logic, etc.
For most of us solving one Rubik’s cube is enough of a brainstorming experience. Now think of hundreds of them that needs to be twisted and turned so that they take shape of a meaningful picture. It is like …we truly don’t have words to express that! However we appreciate and wonder at the talent of those who are involved in creating such wonderful Rubik’s Cube Art just like the folks at Cube Works.
Whew! Is that even possible? Marcell Endrey of Hungary is the one who has achieved this feat in 28.80 seconds establishing a new world record previously held by Yuhui Xu of China at 30.58 seconds.
Rubik’s cube could be fun for some, could be interesting for some while for some it can be just a puzzle to while away time with. Although most of us might dread at the thought of a solving a Rubik’s cube, there are a few who can live up to the challenge and make it work at mind blowing speeds.
You can well imagine the skill needed to solve a 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube. How about a 17 x 17 x 17 ? Over The Top is actually the awesome and fully functional 17 x 17 x 17 Rubik’s Cube puzzle made possible by Oskar Van Deventer. The 3D printed puzzle has 1539 pieces which were sorted, dyed and put together for around 15 hours.