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A mini Void Octahedron in a big Void Cube.
The designer was inspired by the Kepler Cube from Katsuhiko Okamoto, see the separate entry. He decided to go further and made a more advanced mechanism: A mini Void Octahedron in a big Void Cube.
The strange name of the puzzle consists of the two words Hypercube and Void Cube. In the version shown here the two puzzles are not connected with each other. Disassembled they can rotate completely independently of each other. See image 6.
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