Braille Rubik's Cube Brings Frustrations to the Blind

A newly-design Rubik's cube seems to have one purpose: increase the number of people frustrated by the ever-popular Rubik's cube.

Instead of colors, every square is covered with Braille, allowing the blind to endlessly turn cubes until eventually they throw their hands up in frustration.

This gives new meaning to putting a "stumbling block before the blind."

One of the more sensible concepts in a long time that hopefully will delight the sighted folks too! Maybe we’ll learn Braille in this process!


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by nmiller.

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This would be excessively challenging because they can't see it, and they have to feel and remember where each block is, which is a total of 54 squares to memorize.
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