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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 9:59 pm 
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Why is that there? Is there a factory located in that city? Are the colors correct? This is pretty nifty.

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Nice!!!

But this is not Rubik's cube, it's most probably King Kong's or Godzilla's!

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Why is that there? Is there a factory located in that city? Are the colors correct? This is pretty nifty.


I guess it is there for decorative purpose only. The colors are not standard, as shown in the following picture from another viewpoint.


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Actually I think that the colors are correct. It looks to me that it's blue opposite white, and green opposite yellow. The pattern is just a checkerboard pattern with a flower pattern on top. If you were to put the flower patern back, it would just be a normal checkerboard.

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Yesterday zapped by an episode of 'everybody hates chris', where chris's brother(I don't know his name, I saw the series for the first time) get's a rubik's cube pressed in his hands by an older man who says: 'This thing is pure evil, it's driving me crazy, I have to get rid of it!'. Chris's brother is playing with it the rest of the episode, and when he's doing it at dinner his mom says: 'Either no cube or no food!', and he chose the cube(I believe many people recognise this). At the end of the episode, he himself says: 'This thing is pure evil, it's driving me crazy, I have to get rid of it!' and presses it into a girls hands. The girl says: 'I know, I struggled weeks trying to solve it but it never happened...' and they hook up all of a sudden... The reason I typed this all out is because I don't have a clip or video to show it...

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Actually I think that the colors are correct. It looks to me that it's blue opposite white, and green opposite yellow. The pattern is just a checkerboard pattern with a flower pattern on top. If you were to put the flower patern back, it would just be a normal checkerboard.


But there's two yellow centers. ;)


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Actually I think that the colors are correct. It looks to me that it's blue opposite white, and green opposite yellow. The pattern is just a checkerboard pattern with a flower pattern on top. If you were to put the flower patern back, it would just be a normal checkerboard.


But there's two yellow centers. ;)

I think one of those is 'orange' ;)

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Here's another: http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0327.html

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I don't know if this really counts, but here it is:

http://www.techeblog.com/index.php/tech-gadget/lego-mindstorms-robot-automatically-solves-rubik-s-cube

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Methinks it's a photoshopped image? Standardized pallets aren't that wide.

If it's somehow real, that truck's driving without a license plate... :?

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If it's somehow real, that truck's driving without a license plate... :?

but it does have a website :D

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Fractangle wrote:
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big cubes for big hands



Methinks it's a photoshopped image? Standardized pallets aren't that wide.

If it's somehow real, that truck's driving without a license plate... :?


Also have a look at the green side of the second cube from the right. The cut is unreal.

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Georges wrote:
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big cubes for big hands



Methinks it's a photoshopped image? Standardized pallets aren't that wide.

If it's somehow real, that truck's driving without a license plate... :?


Also have a look at the green side of the second cube from the right. The cut is unreal.


probably is this....

download/file.php?id=5358

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juanan wrote:
Georges wrote:


Also have a look at the green side of the second cube from the right. The cut is unreal.


probably is this....

download/file.php?id=5358


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I am not sure if this one really counts, but as I was browsing one of my favorite websites, I found that they had featured the V-Cube 7 in an article of theirs. For those who would like to read it, the article is located here.

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the last months Setant Sports has been available for home viewers,
so here one of the hillarious "I'm on Setanta Sports" clips they have,
featuring puppet versions of well known football athletes.
The 3x3x3 cube is there too, at least in this clip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vKvSqPLFO4

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Humans are still way faster... well, a few are... not me...

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... 069616.ece

I predict a series of Deep Blue / Kasparov-like showdowns at future cubing competitions... which will end in a similar fashion.

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The album "The Seldom Seen Kid" by Elbow has a blank cube on the front:

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You get a 1x1 if you can guess what this has to do with left 4 dead :D

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One of Elbow's songs (I believe it's call "Grounds for Divorce") is in the following advertisement for Left 4 Dead.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exjhztp_IQY

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A new building plan in Chengdu, China. A 4x4x4 cube with edge length 65 meters.

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They sell noodles, and perhaps other chinese food.

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A new building plan in Chengdu, China. A 4x4x4 cube with edge length 65 meters.


I would file a lawsuit against the architect, as you will never ever see a 4x4x4 with an all orange edge.

It is one of the coolest building designs I have seen though! I hope it does get built. But please let it be 'solvable'.

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Yes, I hate when people do cube things that aren't solvable. I can understand if by chance the position isn't solvable because of a flipped edge or rotated corner or something but stupid mistakes such as 2 centers the same color, same color twice on an edge or corner, etc. are, well, stupid. Would it really have killed them to go buy a cube for a dollar, mix it up, and use that?

I'm not sure if it's already been posted, but there is a rubik's cube themed clock (here). One of my relatives got me one for christmas. The top layer rotates to switch between displaying the time, alarm, date, and temperature (which displays in both fahrenheit and celsius). But as you can plainly see, it's not even close to being in a solvable state.

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I'm not sure if it's already been posted, but there is a rubik's cube themed clock (here). One of my relatives got me one for christmas. The top layer rotates to switch between displaying the time, alarm, date, and temperature (which displays in both fahrenheit and celsius). But as you can plainly see, it's not even close to being in a solvable state.


I got that for St. Nicholas' Day. I saw immediately that it was not solvable. People who produce this stuff are probably just in it for the money. Still, it was the perfect gift and I love that the top layer rotates. No snooze though. :-(

I was going to post it, but it had already been a subject before:
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Slightly different version: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13949 . Bigger screen, but is a 3x3x4.

The two you guys posted are slightly different from each other, but only in stickering.

Note to self: add the rubik-themed clock to my list of DX twistypuzzles.

Celia: You celebrate St Nicholas' day all the way in Berlin? I thought that as far as Germany was concerned that was mostly a habit of the West.


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I thought some members of the forum would enjoy this more than others, specifically ones who developed their own method for solving Erno Rubik's Magic Puzzle Cube. The article is about a man who has finally solved the original Rubik's Cube he bought in 1983, all on his own.

Here is the article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/4217732/Rubiks-Cube-finally-solved-after-26-years-by-avid-fan.html

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Celia: You celebrate St Nicholas' day all the way in Berlin? I thought that as far as Germany was concerned that was mostly a habit of the West.


Interesting question. I grew up in Western Germany. But I had never heard that Eastern Germans didn't celebrate St. Nicholas' day. So I asked a friend who grew up in Eastern Berlin. She said they have always celebrated it and she can't come up with an idea why anyone would think they didn't. Maybe you would think that because fewer people in Eastern Germany are religious? It's a habit none the less.

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every where i turn i see the cube, in adds, in tv, in magazines, people with it, i even saw a cloud shaped like a 3x3 it just folows me around haha :) i love cubes

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wowwwwwwwwwwwww

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juanan, I don't know if you were paying attention, but I just posted that same story 3 posts above yours.

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juanan, I don't know if you were paying attention, but I just posted that same story 3 posts above yours.



No, ihate..... , i don´t pay attention to your post, sorry

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juanan, I don't know if you were paying attention, but I just posted that same story 3 posts above yours.



No, ihate..... , i don´t pay attention to your post, sorry


No worries, I just didn't want to have multiple links to the same story.

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Just noticed this "H&R Block" advertisement at the top of my e-mail. It is an animated cube running across the screen while solving itself.


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i cam across this today, look closely at his jacket, its a bunch of 6x6's

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i cam across this today, look closely at his jacket, its a bunch of 6x6's

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkaje21f7po

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hey I'm not sure if anyone said this already but a few episodes of numbers, a tv show about a guy who uses math to solve crime had a professors cube hanging around.

Also in "Dude, wheres my car" had one in it, i believe it was the Transfunctioner...

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I saw this at local gas station. Wish me luck. :wink:


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Has anyone seen the new Time Warner Cable commercial? It starts with, "Are you puzzled about..." (then something about tv), and it has a TWC colored Rubik's Cube turning.


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check this vid out, skip to 1:10 for your daily dose of rubiks cube.

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check this vid out, skip to 1:10 for your daily dose of rubiks cube.


Where is it?

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check this vid out, skip to 1:10 for your daily dose of rubiks cube.

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haha i was like wtf too

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This first picture is a screen shot of Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell, of "The Office(US)" playing with a Rubik's Cube. This is from the episode, "The Duel", which originally aired on January 15, 2009.

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This picture is a screen shot of a Rubik's Cube on Michael Scott's desk. This is from the episode, "Prince Family Paper", which originally aired on January 22, 2009.

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This final picture is a screen shot of an episode of Seinfeld. In the background you can see what I assume to be a Rubik's Cube poster. This is from the episode, "The Friars Club", which originally aired on March 3, 1996.

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Enjoy!
-Grant

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