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User avatar #127 - edzero (03/28/2013) [-]
Made out of...LEGOS?!?!?!
User avatar #135 to #127 - ilikeeggs (04/05/2013) [-]
lego robotics. my school does **** like this all the time
User avatar #136 to #135 - edzero (04/08/2013) [-]
That's a very nice school you have there...
#119 - quinnisafag (03/27/2013) [-]
Can I **** it?
User avatar #128 to #119 - pyrocrisis (04/01/2013) [-]
I can confirm that r34 applies here
#114 - hammarhead (03/27/2013) [-]
It's probably just doing the hyperplex, the same sequence they all use....
It's probably just doing the hyperplex, the same sequence they all use....
User avatar #110 - MRfunnyFACE (03/27/2013) [-]
freekin robotic science
User avatar #102 - chuckstein (03/27/2013) [-]
That remonds me of this one time where I programmed the robots (LEGO Mindstorms) to do duels with each other. Because they're Lego you can build **** onto them and I attached plows and forced them to duel in sumo battle. It's really easy too.
User avatar #105 to #102 - weapsycho (03/27/2013) [-]
k.
User avatar #106 to #105 - chuckstein (03/27/2013) [-]
Mmmmkay...
User avatar #83 - bighairyfart (03/27/2013) [-]
some kids at my school built the same thing, & it's barely bigger than the rubik's cube itself
#117 to #83 - Dwarf (03/27/2013) [-]
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User avatar #125 to #117 - bighairyfart (03/27/2013) [-]
I **** you not.
User avatar #129 to #83 - pyrocrisis (04/01/2013) [-]
If it's almost the same size as the rubik's cube, how does it hold the rubik's cube? answer: you are wrong
User avatar #132 to #129 - bighairyfart (04/01/2013) [-]
Also, it's made mostly out of legos.
#131 to #129 - bighairyfart (04/01/2013) [-]
Basically, it's a small platform with tiny guard rails on all sides. This platform can rotate itself, allowing the cube to be rotated. There is also a U-shaped claw that will push it, turning it vertically(if that makes sense). The claw flips the cube until the side you want to turn is on bottom, then holds the top 2 rows in place while the platform turns one side. There is also a camera that scans all sides & determines how to solve it in the fewest possible moves.
Basically, it's a small platform with tiny guard rails on all sides. This platform can rotate itself, allowing the cube to be rotated. There is also a U-shaped claw that will push it, turning it vertically(if that makes sense). The claw flips the cube until the side you want to turn is on bottom, then holds the top 2 rows in place while the platform turns one side. There is also a camera that scans all sides & determines how to solve it in the fewest possible moves.
User avatar #133 to #131 - pyrocrisis (04/01/2013) [-]
I'm gonna have to see pics or a video or something
User avatar #134 to #133 - bighairyfart (04/01/2013) [-]
I will try, but my school's website(s) are ridiculously un-user-friendly, so no promises.
User avatar #65 - ZakisBak (03/26/2013) [-]
I wish some1 would add a nuke blowing up as it solves the last turn/move.
#49 - antoniospaghettio (03/26/2013) [-]
I wonder what would happen, if you would give this thing a "impossible rubix cube" (meaning the one that can not be solved).
I know it's a good way to troll someone who's really good at solving them.
User avatar #55 to #49 - flufferduff (03/26/2013) [-]
Its impossible for there to be an unsolvable one because if you turn a side, you can always turn it back to its original position. you can just as easily reverse a full sequence of turns so there is always a way to solve one.
#124 to #55 - antoniospaghettio (03/27/2013) [-]
Not true - you can make it impossible to solve by replacing one (or more) of the squares.
Look it up!
User avatar #126 to #124 - flufferduff (03/28/2013) [-]
but it has to be normal in its original state! I dont understand. replacing one cube is going to render that whole puzzle useless.
#48 - cdroid (03/26/2013) [-]
Well, a Rubriks cube is never more than 20 revolutions from solving, but finding an algorithm to solve it in that few rotations is the hard part.
Also I've worked with NXT Bricks before, and I have no idea how you built that.
However, you put the machine at a disadvantage; speed champions get to analyze it before the clock starts.
#43 - anon (03/26/2013) [-]
and it looks like the phone is using android or beba

try doing this with an iPhone
#44 to #43 - anon (03/26/2013) [-]
The only tricky part would be getting past all of apple's barriers. It wouldn't be complex at all the translate the code.

Being made by apple doesn't make the iPhone incapable or something.
#23 - arsens (03/26/2013) [-]
Saw the previous post saying any rubics cube can be solved in less than 20 minutes, tried to count the amount of moves.
Now I have a headache...
#26 to #23 - Dallasg (03/26/2013) [-]
Less than 20 moves*.
User avatar #17 - memev (03/26/2013) [-]
when I imagine the amount of time spent programming it... why would anyone do that? just to put a video on a youtube?
User avatar #18 to #17 - akkere ONLINE (03/26/2013) [-]
To give you a massive impression for an application to a college or career
Or for profit; plenty of people would throw money at the guy who designs that just because it's something super cool to show to friends.
Once you have the designs down, you can just keep replicating it and make money to pay off whatever you need to, specifically the aforementioned college.
User avatar #46 - whyinuse (03/26/2013) [-]
Why would you waste your time on building a machine which can solve rubiks cubes in slightly more than 5 seconds?
User avatar #5 - arsyro (03/26/2013) [-]
i can only solve one in 30 something seconds :(
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