Could this be the digital answer to the Rubik's Cube? Andrew Fentem has designed this rather fun and cool gizmo. It features a multi-colored touch screen puzzle for geeky gaming on the go. It looks like it could be a lot of fun, just hopefully not as frustrating as a traditional Rubik's Cube!
Implications - The featured video shows off the unique multi-touch technology that allows users to slide rows of color in different directions. Not only can you solve the traditional Rubik's Cube puzzle, but this version is equipped with multiple games, puzzles and lighting effects to keep you amused for hours. The digital Rubik's Cube will be sold at the Kinetica Museum in the UK for a limited time.