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 Post subject: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:45 am 
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Hello,everyone.
I have finished this mod for a while.
This is a new method to mod. I think.
Hope you would like it.

Design idea: Help people easy to differentiate the shape.
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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Now THAT is cool!

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Wow, that is really, really cool. Nicely done.


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:o :shock: WOW!!!

That is absolutely amazing! Very original.
Congratulations for an awesome work :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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How in the world did you do that :shock:
That is so awesome. :D


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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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True genius. I like it a lot!


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it is absolutely awesome !, I really like it !


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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Very nice Idea, and well executed.

What about a video ?

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Wow, that is a truly amazing puzzle. Congratulations :)

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Very, very nice! Well done and a really cute idea :D

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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How did you polish it to this clarity?! Amazing!


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Holy ****! I love it! My jaw literally dropped to the floor


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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Now you must do an axis cube in a cube O:
Very amazingly done.

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Beautiful! Now there is no need for replacement stickers. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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That is awesome!!!!

I'd like to see a megaminx inside a hexaminx. 8-) 8-)


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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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:D Wow, this thing is so fantastic, we really need to see more of these. This is now possibly my most desired puzzle. :D

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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Phenominal! Looks great! Well done.

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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That is just incredible! What a great idea!

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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No you didn't :O

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Wow, simply amazing. I think someone did something opposite with a Mental Block once - by building up the shape with lexan, you could see the inner Skewb as well as the Mental Block shape. This concept is REALLY cool, and I love how perfectly it matches your Hexaminx in size. Great job!

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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No you didn't :O
???? What does this mean ????

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 Post subject: Re: judochiou625's "Dodecahedron in a Cube"
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this is probably one of the best concepts this forum has seen in a while. It really has potential with a lot of other puzzles. great work.

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This idea opens the road for a lot of new cool concepts. Trajbers Octahedron, Kite Skewb, pyramorphix, axis cube.
Or even more difficult: Golden cube, Morphegg (3x3 egg), (pillowed) mastermorhpix, or the Darth Maul 2x2 head!

The breaking light makes it so very cool...

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Simply amazing! I would never have thought of that! :D

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thats a brilliant idea! I simply LOVE it! Thats a whole new world of multiple solution puzzles that opens up! So artistic and also appealing to mass production! How about even going one level further??? :twisted:

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lol, that's awesome. It's like a shape mod but not.

Can you you explain how you made it?

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Is there any chance to get this mass-produced?
Maybe, you should contact Uwe Meffert and quote the many admiring voices here?

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That is a great idea, Konsassen. I would most certainly back you up. This has so much potential for so many of Uwe's puzzles. Ask him, seriously.

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Beautiful, simply stunning. I love how the refracted light breaks up the colours and shapes of the scrambled puzzle in the last two pics. There is something completely unique about this (and also Heiowge's Mirror Borg) that takes twisty puzzles into a completely different world of abstract art that is so original, aesthetic and ... beautiful. It reminds me of a line in the movie:

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I would also like to see the opposite to this. A Rubik's Cube, with a trasparent dodecahedron around it.

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That is some novel idea!

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Wow thats really cool!!

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I think he means that it is so good that it is unbelievable.

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Door wrote:
Wow thats really cool!!

konsassen wrote:
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I think he means that it is so good that it is unbelievable.

-Mark- :)


maybe Monkey claw meant thay he had the idea first?? :twisted:

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Door wrote:
Wow thats really cool!!

I think he means that it is so good that it is unbelievable.

-Mark- :)


maybe Monkey claw meant thay he had the idea first?? :twisted:
"No you didn't :O" is a phrase we non-native speakers do not know. I've got an explanation from APJ that is consistent with Mark's explanation above.

And YES, this is so good that is ubelievable!!!!

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Oh wow! It's gorgeous!

Did you start with a pre-made dodecahedron, or did you make the dodecahedron by hand too?


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Completely awesome! I have to know, what is the clear material. Was it cast, or just made in a similar fashion to plastic sheeting? Either way - love it!

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Wow, this is epic. this is very creative.

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I've been waiting for someone to do with with a Hex Dipyramid! Dodecahedron works too though, AWESOME job! Exactly how I imagined it would look with the dipyramid! :D

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Beautiful! This is art!

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This is GREAT!
i think a skewb ultimate version is being begged to be made.


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It's really beautiful.
Did you make 2 cubes,one is transparent and one is semitransparent?

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This is really great! The execution is amazing. I would love to see a bunch of these made as "teaching tools" to show shape mods on different puzzles!

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Although it is not presenting a new mathematical challenge, it surely
is an elegant looking super 3x3x3. Its appearance certainly provides
something fresh which could lead to more hybrid-transparent variations.


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This is really great! The execution is amazing.
I would love to see a bunch of these made as "teaching tools" to show
shape mods on different puzzles!


Now this is an excellent suggestion for this excellent artistic looking puzzle.

:)


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alright, I am going to ask this question: How did you actually do this? Did you have solid cubes and cut into those to fit the pieces inside? Or did you pour transulent resin into a cube shaped mold, with the pieces inside as well? And how well do you expect those pieces to last? If the majority of the piece are attached to the sticker area, then I suspect they could come apart somewhat easily.
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I love it! I've always wanted a clear puzzle, with something in it, but I never thought about putting another puzzle it it!


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Wow, what a great idea! Truly beautiful geometric art! Kudos!

A couple of questions: Are the pieces encased in acrylic resin? Were the sides of the pieces sanded beforehand so that the acrylic resin would completely surround the cubies as indicated by the first picture?

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wow! what a creative idea! Now you'll never have to replace the stickers!

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Incredible one of a kind idea and possibly the most beautiful puzzle I've ever seen. Great job!

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Very nice!

Here is a link to the transparent Mental Block:
http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8331

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Amazing.

Question: How did you manage to "glue on" the translucent pieces without it making the stickers on the inside look terrible?

Again, really awesome puzzle, I like the idea of using it for demonstration purposes for shape mods.

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