Love Rubik’s Cubes, but can never quite solve one? Well, this innovative 3D-printed, self-solving version might be just what you need. A Japanese inventor made this a reality with a host of servo motors, Arduino boards and lots of trial & error. Unfortunately, there’s no detailed manual explaining how everything works, but its creator did upload a disassembly video. Continue reading to watch and for more information.
“There is a description of the project on DMM-Make and you can watch the little cube scoot around a table as it solves itself in less than a minute. The creator also built the Human Controller, a cute system for controlling a human as they walk down the street, and the Human Crane Game which is equally inexplicable,” reports Tech Crunch.