Serious Lego

By Chris on March 11, 2004

Reading Deane’s post on The History of Legos reminded me of a Web site I saw the other day, where JP Brown had built a Rubik’s Cube Solver out of Lego Mindstorms.

“To achieve a cube solution, you must be able to rotate the whole cube by 90° in two orthogonal axes, and be able to turn a face by 90° relative to the rest of the cube.”




  1. I think the inventor of the Lego is bowing as we read this. This is far better than the tanks I used to build.

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