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An Ivy Cube (Eye Skewb) with faces cut in an eye pattern to show the orientation of the hidden corners.
The Ivy Eye (IVI) reintroduces the puzzle complexity removed from the Skewb (Tony Durham) for the Eye Skewb (Eitan Cher).
Windows cut in the faces make them appear more like eyes, following the example of the All Seeing Cube (Carlos Genaro). Deeper face cuts and stickers show the orientation of the hidden corners, only visible mid-turn in the Advanced Ivy (Ba Tung Huynh).
These changes make the Ivy Eye as complex as a Skewb, but with a distinction between fixed and floating corners that may be of use to learners.
Images 2 and 3 show the same state from different perspectives.
Image 4 shows the puzzle with only the inner corners scrambled.
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