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 Post subject: great animation
PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2006 3:42 am 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGtbyJ4ISNQ&search=rubik


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That's pretty neat. :)


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very cool. still doesn't give me a clue about how it works, lol.


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wow... now I don't have to open up my 5x5x5 cube! :D

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Very well done. Good find rastarubik. Maybe Olympic Cubes should post one for their 6x6x6!

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That's a really neat animation. Though it must be the eastsheen 5x5 right?
I have never had one of those but my 5x5x5 from rubiks is different in the inside. The cornerpieces of the cube in that animation look really fragile.

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I think that's an Olympic cube mech.
The olympic 6x6 has a the same cone shaped sections in it.


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When I first saw this film, I thought I was seeing the 6x6x6 cube structure from all I knew of the patent drawings. Very nice film.


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I learned the hard way the internals of a 5x5... :(
Took me 2 hours to get it back together..

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