To make your own “Magnetic Acrylic Rubik’s Cube”, you’ll need twenty seven 3/4-inch clear acrylic cubes — drilled with 108 3/16-inch holes and fitted with 108 D32 neodymium disc magnets — and put together to resemble its real counterpart. Few more images after the jump.

From the article: “It’s exactly the same size as an official one, too, but you can make it do many more things, pulling pieces apart, connecting them in new ways, finding weird ways things pivot, and playing with the flexibility of the magnetic connections.”

[Instructables via MAKE]

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