We were impressed recently by student Daniele Benedettelli’s Lego Mindstorms robot that could solve Rubik’s Cubes. But it pales in comparison to Cube-Kun, a bot created by Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
Why? Because Cube-Kun can solve Rubik’s Cubes in seconds. One second, in fact, is all it takes it to figure out the solution, before putting its hands to work on proving its genius by rearranging the cube.
Cube-Kun even has a big flat-screen for a face, although judging by the photo he could do with some work on looking friendly. What now though, having cracked the Rubik’s Cube? I reckon Kawasaki should get to work making one that can play the perfect steady-fingered game of Jenga.
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