Motorola Motorola Droid Lego Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In Under 25-s; Amazing!

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  1. SilentWalker

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    That's unbelievable.
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    That is awesome.
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    I like the Lego part of it.

    Next up the iPhone will do this.
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    It's good to see a cube solver that doesn't take >5 minutes.
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    Ahah. True.

    I remember when I first got my Rubik's cube, I went to one of those site where you enter the colour of each block on each face, and it's tell you a sequence of rotations to achieve a solved cube. It took forever (like an hour) to enter the colours and actually solve it, and it always ended up being wrong. I was so frustrated lol. I gave up on trying to solve one about 3 years ago.

    However, I recently saw Dan Brown's videos and it got me interested. I'll probably buy myself a cube this summer and learn/practise those algorithms.
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    Wow this is impressive. I've tried to make something like this when I was very young but my programming failed. My actual solving record is 15 seconds, but I average 25-30 seconds. As a matter of fact, the top 100 ranking Rubik's Cubers average under 13 seconds, according to the official World Cube Association.

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    I've also seen a robot on Youtube that could do it in like 6 seconds.
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    Gah, this nerdy stuff makes me wanna go Android.
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    My record for a Rubik's cube is 40 seconds flat. This machine beats me..... Android should make this into a commercial, it'd be sick

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