Almost half a year ago I already posted an item about a FischerTechnik Rubik’s cube solver built and programmed with Lego’s Mindstorm.
Well more toys can be used to solve Rubik’s cube. FischerTechnik can also be used to solve Rubik’s Cube. Professor Artur Fischer invented FischerTechnik in 1964 and it was supposed to only be a Christmas gift for customers and business partners.
The system is based on a basic building block, which can be built out or built on on all six sides, just as you wish with angle blocks, static parts, numerous electronic components or remote infrared control.
FischerTechnik is famous in and around Germany, but I don’t think a lot of people know FischerTechnik so just have a look at the pictures of this project.
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | Cube Solver