While the title is pretty obvious, it is just interesting to see how something as classic as the Rubik’s Cube being miniaturized. We don’t think this will break any world records when it comes to solving it considering the diminutive size will go a long way in hampering one’s problem solving abilities at speed, but it is definitely worth checking out. Basically, it will require a microscope as well as a projector to see it. Designed by Evgeniy Grigoriev, he used to hold the world record for the smallest Rubik’s Cube, with his latest work beating his previous effort by a massive 2mm.
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