While Not Directly Radio Related . . .

While not directly radio related, this was too amazing not to share (so forgive me in advance! There is an Arduino involved, if that helps?!)

The video above is of a robot which can solve Rubik’s Cube in about 1 second.

I will not embarrass myself in telling how long it takes me to solve it . . . .

It is, however, easy to see how radio hobbyists could find these Arduino boards quite intriguing!

Robert Gulley, AK3Q, is the author of this post and a regular contributor to the SWLing Post. Robert also blogs at All Things Radio.

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5 thoughts on “While Not Directly Radio Related . . .

  1. Mario

    Amazing, I’d like to have one of these circuits surgically attached to my brain, might make life a lot more interesting. I guess the fan would also be needed once the scalp started smoking. The speed at which it solves the cube is fan-tastic! Thanks for sharing Robert!

  2. 13dka

    An Arduino solving the cube like 23,000,000,000,000,000 billion point three times faster than me, my car is reversing into a parking space 42,000 times better than me, my cellphone is smarter than me, my next fridge may remember buying mik better than me and my waterfall display can detect 499 times weaker signals than my ears ever could while probably looking 3 times prettier than me when showing some overloaded trunked radio signal, because I’m old. At least that’s how I feel now. 🙂

  3. Thomas

    I saw this a couple days ago, too, Robert! Simply amazing.

    There are so many possibilities with Arduino and Raspberry Pi–hundres of applications for ham radio operators.



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