But how would you know it was “done”? You’d need a corresponding index key or something. Upon further inspection, it’s not really as clever as it looks. Just kind of cool, perhaps.
Can someone please quantify?
This isn’t a Rubik’s Cube as much as a Rubik’s Cube-themed sculpture or novelty. There is no clear, intuitively obvious endpoint.
Actually if you look closer, the faces contain keys in order of how they sit on a regular key board. The trick is to know what this order is. Those who type without looking at their keyboards will be faster at solving it (I canâ€™t do the regular cube so I wont even try this one).
The difficulty level is definitely higher.. Itâ€™s hard enough getting a face of the same color.. But the cubes in the right â€œorderâ€ â€¦ I would luv to see someone pull that off.
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