Based on Feliks Zemdegs's world record solve of 5.66 seconds set on June 25, 2011 at Melbourne Winter Open 2011, a Rubik's cube recreates the journey of how the solve was performed, with some unexpected twists.
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Special thanks to Tim Szetela
A student has work to do.
Final project for VIS 220 Spring 2019 taught by Tim Szetela, Princeton University
Sounds used from freesounds.org
Animation Final Project for VIS 220
Final projects created by students from the Spring 2019 VIS 220: Digital Animation course in the Visual Arts program at Princeton University.
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