The Incomprehensible Cube is a twisty puzzle that will boggle your mind. There is no discernable inner core. You can stick an object through the holes and still turn it. Another great idea from Oskar van Deventer.
You can purchase Incomprehensible Cube at Shapeways.
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Copyright (c) 2013, M. Oskar van Deventer.
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