Above:This version was created by Mark Longridge. It matches the original design by Dan Hoey and Jim Saxe.
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A brilliant design, filled with symmetries, some of which only become apparent after you scramble it.
Dan and Jim came up with the original Tartan design on a posting to cube-lovers at M.I.T. back in 1981. It was their task to use only 4 colors to make a supergroup cube.
It's interesting to notice that you can figure out what the colour patters on the three unseen sides will be by just examining the three visible sides.
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