A group of engineering students at Austria’s Carinthia University of Applied Sciences have “developed a system that analyzes the [Rubik’s] cube and solves it in less than two minutes.” See it in action after the jump.

Working over the course of a school year, the team devised a vision system that provides input that ultimately drives robotic arms that grip and manipulate the puzzle cube. They also devised algorithms that solve the puzzle in less than two minutes, often aligning the colors in seconds

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A group of engineering students at Austria’s Carinthia University of Applied Sciences have “developed a system that analyzes the [Rubik’s] cube and solves it in less than two minutes.” See it in action after the jump.

Working over the course of a school year, the team devised a vision system that provides input that ultimately drives robotic arms that grip and manipulate the puzzle cube. They also devised algorithms that solve the puzzle in less than two minutes, often aligning the colors in seconds

[via WikipediaDesignNews]