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The Japanese made Rubik’s cube, which he himself collected. It looks like magic or poltergeist

All works at the expense of small motors and the program solving a puzzle.

The Japanese inventor invented Rubik’s cube, which decides itself. He printed out the details of the device on a 3D printer, he assembled it together with the motors and programmed it. At first he only got cubes much more than usual, but eventually the Japanese solved this problem.

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