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is this robot true?


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Jenny89

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Hi Guys,
some friends of mine sent me these two videos:
http://it.youtube.co...h?v=E2v7HkZZxzg
http://it.youtube.co...h?v=Itv0aRyCouM

there is a robot solving the rubik's cube in 3 seconds :)

I cant undertand if it is true or not...
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dsenette

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it is real....a rubik's cube in standard competetion format (i.e. everything starting at the right position to count for competition) has a finite solution (i.e there's only one way to solve it)....so if you just program that set of movements into a robot that can move fast enough then you're good to go
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actually i take it back...i assumed you had linked to a different video of a rubick's bot....that one you linked to is fake
http://it.youtube.co...mp;oq=robot rub these are not
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