This Man Solved Three Rubik's Cube In Under 45 Secs While Juggling With Them
Dhir Acharya - Dec 04, 2019
Over time, with more types of Rubik’s Cubes and more people able to solve it, the new challenge is to solve it in the most innovative, interesting way.
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When Rubik’s Cube came out years ago, the challenge was to become the one solving it the fastest. But over time, with more types of Rubik’s Cubes and more people able to solve it, the new challenge is to solve it in the most innovative, interesting way.
Rubik’s Cube is a 3D puzzle that was invented back in 1974 by Ernő Rubik, a sculptor, architecture professor from Hungary.
And now, netizens are all over a video in which a man solves three Rubik’s Cubes while juggling them.
Accordingly, the man tosses the Rubik’s Cubes altogether at the same time and solves them. The video went viral on Twitter, posted by @CucumberTonic, along with a caption “All other Rubik's Cubes achievements are canceled.”
If you see the video, you may find it almost impossible to see how the man can solve three Rubik’s Cubes at the same time while tossing them up and down. All you can see is their colors aligning within under 45 seconds.
The viral video has got more than 7.5 million views as well as thousands of retweets.
It appears that the man’s eyes move as fast as the pace of the cubes and at the end of the video, he shows all the solved cubes.
In another successful attempt of solving the Rubik’s Cube, a child from Chennai, just six years old, solved a cube while blindfolded within 2 minutes and 7 seconds, which happened only some days ago. She was trying to set a new Guinness World Record.
ANI reported that Sarah solved a 2x2 cube while having her eyes covered with black cloth and she was reciting the poems of Vaiuramothu during the process.
Her father said that Sarah has been solving aptitude questions since she was very small, and they decided to have her enroll in proper classes and training.
And at this age, how many of us can do what Sarah or the man in the video can?