If you are a child of the 1980s, you would know how much the world was obsessed with the Rubik’s cube. Until it was officially sold on the market, the toy was originally called the “Magic Cube” by its inventor, Hungarian professor Ernő Rubik.
Throughout the years, many versions of the product were released to accommodate the current trends. From Sodoku Rubik’s cubes to a mirrored version with different-sized cubes, our obsession with the Rubik’s cube has clearly continued unabated. It is the single best-selling toy in history.
From tabletops to alarm clocks, the popularity of the Rubik’s cube transcends the toy realm into interior design and household electronics. Check out the slideshow below for more Rubik's cube-inspired innovations.
Two Rubik's Cubes Solved At Once
Digital Rubik's Cube?
Fentix Puzzle Cube
Classic Toy Reduxes
The Mirrored Rubik's Cube
Rubik's Cube Meets Pixel Art
LEGO NXT Rubik's Cube Solver
Computer Security By Color Scheme
Cheng-Li Hung's Rubik's Cube
Rubik's Cube Golfing
Tiger Woods EA Ad
Sudoku Cube -Rubik's Cube Meets Sudoku
Rubik's Cube Table
Bring Back the 80's in Your Living Room
Toys for the Blind
Textured Rubik's Cube for the Blind
Rubik's Cube Alarm Clock
Cube Clock Has Thermometer
The Rubik's Cube Purse