Also, he was shirtless.
Braille Rubik’s Cubes do exist, but when the player rotates the cubes, the dots change orientation and proper orientation is the key. Brian Doom has solved this problem by creating a highly tactile Rubik’s cube.
Marcell Endrey set a new world record for solving the Rubik’s Cube blindfolded with a magnificent time of 28.80 seconds. He is obviously a wizard.
That’s one clever crustacean.
Using only Rubik’s Cubes, artist Pete Facteau created this stunning collage in remembrance of Martin Luther King. Unfortunately this art no longer exists, but the memories will last forever.
Okay, I’m impressed. David Calvo, you are one talented guy.
For the female geek, this hand bag is a must. The famous puzzle made in soft materials. According to owners of this bag, it’s a great conversation starter. View Image ›
6.77 seconds by Feliks Zemdegs. Pretty impressive considering some people can’t solve it at all. Watch Video ›
Sam Forson, who clearly has too much time on his hands, made this pretty awesome stop motion video that uses a whole lot of post-it notes to make feel all nostalgic about the 80s. Plus he solves a Rubik’s cube! Who can do that? Seriously, I’ve never met anyone who has. (Via TurtleFeed.) Watch Video ›
This is so incredible, though I would have left the colors on anyway. (Via Turtlefeed.) [Ed Note: Nice to know that blind people can finally share in the collective frustration and anguish suffered by anyone who has ever tried to solve one of these Godforsaken things.] View Image ›