Via Kotuka.com I found the new commercial from PS3. They use an eighties icon (Rubik’s Cube) to promote their latest 21st century PS3.
You can watch the commercial at YouTube. Nice commercial though. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | PS3
Via Daily DIY I found a description on how to make your own Rubik’s Cube Halloween costume.
There is also a Flickr photo set available with pictures of all steps there are to make your own Rubik’s Cube Halloween Costume. Probably too late for this year, but maybe you can already start to build your own Rubik’s Cube costume for next years Halloween. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | Halloween
Rubik’s Cube twister is a new puzzle game for your mobile from Living Mobile. If the only way you could ever solve the Rubik’s Cube in the real world was by taking it completely apart, and then sticking it back together with the colors in the right place. Then is game is not for you ;-)
Thankfully, it won’t be necessary in this new game from Living Mobile. Although based on the Rubik’s Cube, it’s not the actual cube-fiddling mechanic, in much the same way that Lego Bricks on mobile didn’t involve building a petrol station or moon-base.
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Solving Rubik’s Cube can be done less than 11 second puzzle or an 11 years puzzle.
If it take you too long to solve Rubik’s Cube or just want to learn another method to solve Rubik’s Cube then you can visit Casey Cardwell Rubik’s Cube page Rubik’s Cube Solution website with the solution how to solve Rubik’s Cube from any mixed up position.
There are mathematical theorems that say the cube can be solved from any mixed up position in 17 turns. Happy Puzzling!
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Last week at eBay you could bid on a signature of Erno Rubik.
The inventor of the world famous, multi-million selling Rubik’s Cube signed an envelope with a flourish.
The signature on a standard DL white envelope (110x220mm) has been sold for £26.00. The money is donated to the National Literacy Trust.
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A few months ago I already wrote about Gene Cooperman who received US$ 200.000 to solve Rubik’s Cube. But there is more behind the story.
Researchers are striving to help companies improve efficiency by studying the puzzle of all puzzles: the Rubik’s Cube. By using a lot of computers to solving Rubik’s Cube.
Armed with at least 64 microprocessors and 20 terabytes of space, a professor from Northeastern University in Boston will try to do just that by recording as many states of the Rubik’s Cube as possible.
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Jeff Hsieh made a very nice documentary about speedcubing, featuring Peggy Hsieh, Jeff Hsieh, Kylee Hall, and Adhish Yajnik.
The documentary is a journey through a speedcubing world. The tell passionate about speedcubing, what got them started, what they plan to do with speedcubing in the future, what others think about speedcubing and much more.
You can watch this speedcubing documentary at Myspace. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | Documentary