Rubik's Cube solving robot sets new 10.1 second speed record

Making a robot that can solve a Rubik's Cube is nothing new, but this one from Swinburne University in Australia has shattered the speed record by spinning the cube to show all solid colors in a mere 10.18 seconds.

The thing is so fast, that it looks like they housed it inside a protective box just in case the cube flew into several pieces.

Despite all that speed, the robot doesn't come close to 15 year old fellow Australian Feliks Zemdegs, who recently broke his own human record with a 6.24 second solve.

Now lets see the robot solve a 7X7 cube.

PhysOrg, via Gizmodo

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