Top 7 Rubik’s Cube solving Robots

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Now the fight is between the fully automated, super-tech and super fast robots. Solving the Rubik’s Cube is no more a brainstorming time pass, but it has staked the ingenuity of geeks, who constantly strive to develop the fastest Rubik’s Cube Solving robot. Let’s checkout from the list below, which one is the leading Rubik’s bot so far.

7. Tilted Twister

tilted twister rubiks cube robot

tilted twister rubiks cube robot

Built from the Lego Mindstorms NXT Retail-kit, the Tilted Twister one minute in scanning the cube, about 40 seconds in calculating the solution and another five minutes in executing the moves. So, on an average it solves the cube in ix minutes.

6. Rucus

rucus rubiks cube robot

rucus rubiks cube robot

Rucus has been engineered by the engineering students at Austria’s Carinthia University of Applied Sciences. It can fix the cube in mere 2 minutes! Impressed? Hold your excitement, as even better bots are queued up below.

5. RuBot II

rubot ii

rubot ii

Developed by Pete Redmond from Dublin, the RuBot II is an Android robot with cameras and pneumatic arms. It usually solves the cube in 35 to 50 seconds.

4. Motorola Droid Lego NXT

lego nxt

lego nxt

The Lego Robot has been created by David Gilday, who built it using an ARM Powered Android Motorola Droid mobile phone, a LEGO Mindstorms NXT and LEGO pieces. It does the trick in 24 seconds.

3. Rubik’s Cube Utopia

lego rubik utopia

lego rubik utopia

Danny’s Rubik Cube Utopia features “optical zeroing on both wrists and a torque-based limit switch on both grabbers”. Plus it uses 2 NXT bricks (communicating via Bluetooth), 4 servomotors and 2 light sensors. It solves the cube in about 15 seconds.

2. CubeStormer

cubestormer

cubestormer

Developed by RoboticSolutions, the giant CubeStormer can scan and solve “any 3×3×3 Rubik’s Cube combination in under 12 seconds.”

1. Kawasaki Cube-Kun

kawasaki rubiks cube robot

kawasaki rubiks cube robot

Kawasaki Cube-Kun is claimed to fix the cube in just six seconds. It features built-in sensors, a large flat-panel display, but you hardly get to see the moves, as the cube is fixed within a few blinks.

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