Smartphone-Powered Robot Breaks Rubik's Cube World Record
The Cubestormer 3, a third-generation robot, broke a world record for solving the Rubik's Cube as swiftly as possible, doing so in 3.253 seconds. The robot, built by co-inventors David Gilday and Mike Dobson, was shown off at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK. The robot's Samsung Galaxy S4 brain operates four robot arms that solve the cube after the starting arrangement is analyzed.The previous record, which was set by the Cubestormer 2, was 5.27 seconds. The world human record set in 2013 is only 5.55 seconds.
By Jordan Moses
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