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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
PostPosted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 11:06 am 
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...I don't get it.
Same here! Maybe you are not British either? :lol:

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HAHA!!! I love it!

Jared - I guess it drives her crazy that he seemingly solves it so quickly and easily :)

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Not sure if you've seen this video yet - very cool movie made by IBM moving atoms around.... There's also a 2x2 here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA4QWwaweWA&t=2m27s

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In the movie Armageddon, not only does Steve Buscemi's character handles a Rubik's Cube during a psychological/mental test, which is hard to miss, if you look closely there is a Lights Out Cube on the table as well.
(I don't have it on dvd so can't take a screenshot)

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Here you go Jaap (click for larger images).

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Dad is just a bit mixed up...

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One of the main Greek TV Channels (Alpha TV) got some Aquadron, Colossus, Matrix
Tornado, Acropolis and Mr Twisty closeups (between the 35':42'' and 39':16'' period),
as well as a glimpse of my latest puzzle prototype at the end! :wink:

This is was during a travel-show called "60 minutes Greece" which in this episode
was focusing on the remote Kastellorizo island (you also get to see my balcony view LOL).

Bob Hearn's puzzle Athena (which I really like), as well as some other puzzles,
e.g. V-Cubes, Cool Circuits, and some nice ones from Doug Engel, are also shown.

http://www.alphatv.gr/Microsites/60-Lep ... -2013.aspx
Just click on the 22/05/13 video at the bottom (hope it can be viewed outside Greece).

It may also be view on YouTube (but there was some silly claim for audio rights, i.e. no sound!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QRgBBEMwsk
(between 33':15'' and 36':48'').

If you ask me, just to view the island's natural beauty, is worth watching the entire hour.

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PS. Bonus pre-show trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjrgUoKI888

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Wow, lucky you, living on this beautiful island. 8-)

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Nice video, but unfortunately they misspelled your island's name: Καστελόριζο :-(

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Wow, lucky you, living on this beautiful island. 8-)


Yeap, that is the reason I am here now! And there are more places of exceptional beauty,
e.g. the blue cave with an... eighty year old seal! :lol:



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Nice video, but unfortunately they misspelled your island's name: Καστελόριζο :-(


I know, I know... the correct spelling is Καστελλόριζο/Kastellorizo. And this wrong spelling is
being mainly continued by Google Maps (which then goes to hotel sites, e.g. booking.com, etc).
I have contacted them many times for months, but they never responded (and sadly, Greece
is not in the list of countries where I can edit it from here). Anyway, I don't want to get off topic!

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PS. Note that, at the island's museum, there is a puzzle magazine from the year... 1899!!!
(I posted some photos of it on facebook some time ago)

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A new CD with hits of the 80's published by a Luxembourg Radio Station.
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There is a TV commercial in Germany right now about some basic make up from maybelline jade. It is supposed to give girls (or anyone who uses it I suppose) a cleaner skin. Now look at this crazyness:

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This is a photograph I took from the TV screen. You can see two 5x5x5 Cubes that are white. They feature some red round stickers that are supposed to represent some impureness of a face's skin. A girl then takes one of these in the commercial and does a couple of turns until one side is completely white, which is shown to the camera.

It's... fascinating.

And what I also wonder about is the fact that they actually truncated the corner pieces.

What can I say it's just... fascinating.

I will try to have my cellphone ready during the adds when I watch TV during the next days to catch the entire spot. But don't count on it. I do have better things to do. I might get lucky though.

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On the 12th episode of the 5th season of Malcolm in the Middle, Hal (Bryan Cranston) undergoes a series of tests, one of which involves solving a Rubik's Cube while hanging upside-down and having firecrackers thrown at him.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oja9C6PNSYs The video speaks for itself

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Some nice trick bike riding here in a "kids room" theme. Look at 1:45, 3:25 and 5:41 if you are impatient.

Also (not necessarily puzzles): If you have ever wondered why your puzzle package was so mashed up (see here) check out this video of packages being loaded.

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@Dave, The video reminds me of a picture i saw recently, could have been from this video but can't be sure at this time. Second link: My thoughts about the postal services are becoming more negative by the day. Third link: "Um... Is this the right plane?" That is my only thought about that.

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Some nice trick bike riding here in a "kids room" theme. Look at 1:45, 3:25 and 5:41 if you are impatient.

Also (not necessarily puzzles): If you have ever wondered why your puzzle package was so mashed up (see here) check out this video of packages being loaded.

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I just came here to post this video, but you beat me to it! Good find.

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So just discussing old 80's cartoons and kids TV shows from the 80's with Kattenvriendin, we came accross this, anybody remember it?

Rubik the Amazing Cube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCzr-ySqHTc

Watching the episode, I can see why it wasn't widely known!

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With that boy picking it up THEN solving it under 4 seconds, we have a lot to work for if we want to surpass his speed level :lol: I assume he was being casual about it too!

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There is a Rubik's Cube and a Rubik's Icon in the excellent documentary film Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters.

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While watching a documentary about video games, I noticed this.

And the time it appeared was 37:39-37:47
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=empni1yCPqw

Funny part is that it was talking about Tetris when this was shown


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-24157910

Picture number 5 shows a rubiks cube and a riddle quite nicely.

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On the new TV series The Goldbergs, there is a Rubik's Cube in the intro montage (the show is set in the 1980s).

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-24157910

Picture number 5 shows a rubiks cube and a riddle quite nicely.

Robert


It's a pity most of the posted links in this topic have expired / expire after some time.
This picture is worth keeping on the TP server ;-)


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This was in an 80s-themed shop at King's Island (Cincinnati's roller coaster park). My friend insisted I get a picture with it.
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This was in an 80s-themed shop at King's Island (Cincinnati's roller coaster park). My friend insisted I get a picture with it.
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2 pages back there's a picture of me with that cube :)

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My brother is not particularly interested in twisty puzzles but featured a Rubik's cube in his art:

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I don't know if this came up yet, but in the TV-show Brain Games, the intro uses hanging rubiks cubes to frm the words Brain Games.

Also, there are people that talk about all kinds of illusions, and sometimes there standing in the room with the hanging cubes. I thought it was pretty awesome. 8-)

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I saw a short clip of someone playing with what looked like an LED version of the classic 3x3x3. I did some research and it turns out this device actually exists (although evidently not as famous as the touch cube or the Rubik's futuro cube). From what I can judge, the cube works by pressing the grey buttons where the cuts would be on a regular cube, although I am unsure which buttons you should press to turn the faces. Anyway, here it is:


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Also, there are obvious (spray painted and stickerless) versions of the 3x3x3 and the 4x4x4 being applied to the role of a 'data cube' prop in both the American TV series 'Chuck' and the popular Sci-fi/thriller film 'Prometheus' by Ridley Scott, with the former being encompassed in a clear plastic cylinder as a core for a government computer entitled 'the Intersect' (ironic, considering the intersecting cuts on these puzzles) and the latter using CGI effects to show it sort of peeling apart to reveal a type of holographic display. Here they are:


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While this isn't exactly about puzzles, this is quite interesting when they pull out the Reuleaux Triangles and tetrahedrons. This actually surprised me, and this could be an interesting thing for a puzzle concept of some kind. (that is if something can be done :lol: )

"Shapes and Solids of Constant Width"
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And they have some very interesting videos about numbers (hence the name "numberphile") and so do their friends "computerphile"

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While this isn't exactly about puzzles, this is quite interesting when they pull out the Reuleaux Triangles and tetrahedrons. This actually surprised me, and this could be an interesting thing for a puzzle concept of some kind. (that is if something can be done :lol: )

"Shapes and Solids of Constant Width"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUCSSJwO3GU
And they have some very interesting videos about numbers (hence the name "numberphile") and so do their friends "computerphile"

Yeah dude, I'm totally into Brady's channels! I saw that video too and it was pretty awesome, imho. I'm subscribed to Numberphile, Computerphile, and Periodic Table of Videos. If you like Numberphile, you should also check out singingbanana's channel. :wink:

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I saw a short clip of someone playing with what looked like an LED version of the classic 3x3x3. I did some research and it turns out this device actually exists (although evidently not as famous as the touch cube or the Rubik's futuro cube). From what I can judge, the cube works by pressing the grey buttons where the cuts would be on a regular cube, although I am unsure which buttons you should press to turn the faces. Anyway, here it is:
Interesting... I see the FireBox.com water mark on the image but I can't find this on their site. Can this be purchased somewhere? It appears to have many more buttons then necessary so I'm a bit puzzled about what this can actually do. Where did you see that "short clip"? I'd be interested in checking it out.

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At my university! The cube is about to pop, I'll recomend them a better brand :D


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I keep a few puzzles at my desk. Just a few, not like I used to.

My company was doing a video for their new business product and wanted to borrow a few, so you'll see my 6x6x6 and 7x7x7 in the video on this page:

https://www.lookout.com/mobile-security-for-business

(That's not me, and not my desk, however)

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That cube in the picture cannot be solved

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In this "Brazilian's 2014 Carnaval" a "Samba School" from São Paulo named Dragões da Real, is "again" using 80's elements that were popular such as old toys, novelties, etc.

i will add more pictures, another "Samba School" from Rio, named União da Ilha, had also used the Rubik's Cube in their parade. This time at Sapucai.

Last Picture is from São Paulo, the others are from Rio, i took this pictures from my tv screen, not the best quality but can show the Carnaval.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:08 pm 
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Just managed to get Spotify Premium running on my new linux system.. I look for 80s music and find Fame.

And then I find this hehe
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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Kevin Bacon Explains the '80s to Millennials :solved:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09q04Dlh7r8&hd=1

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Found in my math book :lol: :scrambled:


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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Carbon wrote:
Found in my math book :lol: :scrambled:

Wow, Fermat's last theorem, 8-) awesome!

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles in public
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1NSAN3 wrote:
Carbon wrote:
Found in my math book :lol: :scrambled:
Wow, Fermat's last theorem, 8-) awesome!
Turned by 90 degrees:

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I could not view it so easily on my iPad :wink:

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