Teenager builds robot to solve his Rubik's cube!

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Lithuanian twelfth grader Andrius Šutas built his own robot for Rubik's cube solving and does not hesitate to share secrets of the build (i. e. schematics, CAD design, source code). It's not very fast, but does the job pretty well and the simplicity of the design looks good. The solving algorithm in question is layer-by-layer (same as an average Human would use).


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I remember seeing rubik cubes being solved by high speed robots in youtube videos, I had forgotten to bookmark them but you can find them on youtube by searching for 'rubik cube robots' that also use the most effective algorithm possible to solve a cube.
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Nice, but not so novel since it's being used as a lab assignment in some better colleges AND some people are building them out of lego mindstorms sets.
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