I won’t recommend this video to the people who are fighting their tooth & nails to get faster at solving Rubik’s Cube.
Jay Flatland and Paul Rose, both Software engineers have fabricated a small robot that can solve Rubik’s Cubes strangely quick. Their robot takes a little more than one second to finish the errand. Yes, 1 second! You heard it right.
The due is as of now during the time spent applying for a “World Record”. This shouldn’t amaze anybody, given that the present machine record remains at 3.253 seconds (the present human world record is held by Lucas Etter at 4.904 seconds). To be sure, on the off chance that they are endorsed, they would pound the past record.
Right off the bat, I’ll let you people witness this crazy beast made by duo. Time to go batshit crazy!
In the video, the robot settles the wicked puzzle in 1.196 seconds, 1.152 seconds, 1.047 seconds, and at the very end, 1.019 seconds.
No doubt the robot is absurdly quick, as well as reliably so. At any rate in the four fathoms demonstrated to, it generally finishes the task in the middle of 1 and 1.2 seconds.