Created by Justin Meyers, the cube draws its inspiration from the traditional Rubik's Cube structure. The difference is that Meyers has produced a translucent cube featuring drawings you would find on mathematical graphs and charts. Meyers drew the designs on "clear plastic sheets" and then "taped them together using super thin pieces of tape," according to Math Craft.
The Mathematical Rubik's Cube is ideal for those who prefer mathematics in the form of art rather than calculations.
Implications - Designs that allow consumers to utilize deeper thinking attracts those who want to be challenged by their purchases. Companies could focus their attention on creating more items like this in order to improve their profit levels.