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 Post subject: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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Here's an example of what some people did to something that looked like it should be a puzzle:

http://www.alltooflat.com/pranks/cube/

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A puzzle-sized model of Traiphum's idea is possible. It isn't too hard either.

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The Noah's Ark from D.gray-man looks like a 'bumped' 4x4x4.
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The Noah's Ark from D.gray-man looks like a 'bumped' 4x4x4.
http://www.onemanga.com/D.Gray-Man/135/DGM_135_pg03/


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 Post subject: Re: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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sorry for the 23 day bump, but my friend just sent me a pic from when he was in Florida

3x3x3 :D

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While I was shopping...I stopped at a fast food place and saw this...

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 Post subject: Re: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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Here are a few!


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 Post subject: Re: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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Here are a few!

If I'm not mistaken, that first building is a puzzle. I'm sure that at night the words are projected onto it (I could be wrong though :roll:). :D

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You are not mistaken, but they are not projected:
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There is one interesting detail about the design of the puzzle. It looks like an empty puzzle during the day-light, but at night when special lights are on[,] the words in the puzzle become visible with a lightly-glowing fluorescent color.
Source: English ĐŻussia

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What ever is depicted on Sheldon's tee-shirt.

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 Post subject: Re: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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The "Kometor" sculpture in the town of Peuerbach in Upper Austria, which houses a walk-in museum with an entrance underneath. It was commissioned to honor Georg von Peuerbach (1423-1461) who made significant contributions to astronomy. The dodecahedron is 15m tall. (As it has only one color, I think it would scramble a bit like Tony's Golden Cube, with unexpected axes.) Further pictures and info in German available here.
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I saw this today in a charity shop window. I think it's a type of lantern.

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pirsquared wrote:
Here's an example of what some people did to something that looked like it should be a puzzle:

http://www.alltooflat.com/pranks/cube/

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This is right outside my dorm room! I spun it around just yesterday! It's tons of fun :]

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 Post subject: Re: Things that aren't puzzles but look like they should be
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Was "packing out" some things at work and saw this...
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Went to NYC yesterday and saw this:

I wonder if it was MEANT to look like a Rubik's cube. :lol:
By the way, merry christmas, to everyone who celebrates!

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This huge sculpture is outside on of my classrooms a RIT, I would estimate the edge length to be about 4 feet.


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Recently, in Seville, Spain, there was a new wooden interlocking structure which was made.

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There was a link where people put cardboard on each of the sides and made it look like a Rubik's cube as a prank. I'm gonna search for it.


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There was a link where people put cardboard on each of the sides and made it look like a Rubik's cube as a prank. I'm gonna search for it.
Just scroll up and take a look at the 5th post of this exact thread. :wink:

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Scrolling through this thread, I noticed a post by RedRoost80 with a photo from Florida. I thought that I might add that this seems to be near the location of one world championships (it seems familiar; I think that it was the location of whatever competition was featured on the documentary "Cubers")

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Who twist it pop :lol:

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Scrolling through this thread, I noticed a post by RedRoost80 with a photo from Florida. I thought that I might add that this seems to be near the location of one world championships (it seems familiar; I think that it was the location of whatever competition was featured on the documentary "Cubers")

That cube is from the POP Century Resort in Disney World. (I stayed at this resort in January :) )


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You'd think for that price they would at least get the colours right.. I mean, 2 yellow centres?? Someone doesn't even have an understanding of the functionality of the cube.. and they are in charge of the design :roll: .
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And 1(like 2 ) corner with 2 white "stickers" hmm :? . Is it stickered like a 3 color cube or sommething :X?

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Even worse than all the coloring problems is that it is an officially BRANDED Rubik's product. I mean HELLO! You couldn't. Find a cube in the office somewhere to compare to?

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But yeah but put 2 same center lol? And 2 same color on a corner to XD?

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You'd think for that price they would at least get the colours right.. I mean, 2 yellow centres?? Someone doesn't even have an understanding of the functionality of the cube.. and they are in charge of the design :roll: .
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Lets not forget that we are all obsessed with cubes here. >99.9% of the worlds population simply looks and sees a Rubik's Cube. I am sure there are things we all say and do that other experts and specialists are horrified by. For example in my job we use the term "burnt flint" a lot. The so called experts argue that flint cannot be burnt (in normal circumstances) so it should be called heat altered flint! I am sure that sounds ridiculous to most here but that's exactly what we are doing when we moan over a wrongly coloured mock cube.

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You'd think for that price they would at least get the colours right.. I mean, 2 yellow centres?? Someone doesn't even have an understanding of the functionality of the cube.
In that case you should get this one:
http://twistypuzzles.com/cgi-bin/puzzle.cgi?pkey=2550
This jigsaw is explicitly based around such plausibility questions.


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Saw this building in Berlin while cyclicg to Der Verrückte Laden to but some puzzles and immediately jumped off my bike to make a photo. A bit over exposed, sorry. It can be seen on street view: stand on the Potsdamer Straße close to the crossing with the Schöneberger Ufer and look east.

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In the Netherlands, there are a few Cube buildings to live in. Both available in Rotterdam and Helmond.

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You cube enthousiasts should move over here ;-)


Update: in Rotterdam for sale for only € 189.000 k.k (buyer's transfer costs).

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pirsquared wrote:
Here's an example of what some people did to something that looked like it should be a puzzle:

http://www.alltooflat.com/pranks/cube/

-pi (Eitan)


But they got the color scheme wrong!

Oh well.

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