On a good day, we can solve a Rubik’s Cube in about a half hour, but Anthony Brooks can do it in just a few seconds. Here, he proves his speed by taking on Olympic gold-medal winner Usain Bolt’s incredible speed.
Not only does this guy like to show off his muscular physique while he does one-handed push-ups – he solves a Rubik’s cube with the other hand while doing it. Next time, keep the shirt on, dude.
Solve drink stains with these Rubik’s Cube coasters. They come in packs of six that can be stacked to form a 4″ Rubik’s Cube – solved or unsolved – so you can store them in plain sight.
Cube Works Studio’s interpretation of The Creation of Adam, a highlight of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, is the largest of its kind, measuring over 14’H x 28’W and made of 12,090 Rubik’s Cubes. (Thanks Ben!)
Well, there’s more than one way to solve a Rubik’s Cube. Skydiver Kleiner Ludewig likes to figure his out while free-falling through the sky from 14,000 feet in a tiny rubber boat.
It might take this Android-powered LEGO robot over 38 minutes to solve a giant 7x7x7 Rubik’s cube, but it’s still way faster than most of us could do it – unless we just rearranged the stickers.