What if, when you twist and turn the Rubik’s Cube to mix it up, the cube remembers exactly what you did and/or somehow solves itself? This self-solving Rubik’s Cube does just that, flipping and twisting all over (and almost off) the table as it sets itself back to its solved state. The videos were shared by Human Controller on DMM Make, a Japanese maker tech site.
Watch as the cube solves itself while being held:
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