At the Cebit in Hannover last week I saw the new version of the Rubik’s Cube. Joker AG, a Switzerland-based company, was presenting the new smart cube which is made with many small, smart touchscreens. You could call it the electronic version of the old school puzzle cube.
Budapest-based professor Ernö Rubik developed the first Rubik’s Cube in the 80ties; the new cube works just the the same way, except the 27 squares are all touchscreens. If you touch a certain square, it guides you by showing you which turn you need to make next.
If you’re the easily frustrated type, then the intelligent Rubik’s Touch Cube will give you the solutions.