There are many people who are really curious and amaze to the cube with different SIX colors in SIX dimensional Phase such as White, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue and Orange with a logical Rotation in every Layer or also known as the Rubik's Cube or Puzzle Cube to how to solve it in just a few minutes or seconds by those Masters or Genius in solving a cube, and why this become more popular nowadays even this was already known as an old game puzzle, but before we tackle the secrets of solving this cube, let we know first the brief History of that amazing cube.
The Brief History of the Cube
In 1974 the first working prototype of a cube was appear into being and a patent application was initially drafted. The inventor's of this cube was named Erno Rubik he was a lecturer at the Department of Interior Design at the Academy of Applied Arts and Crafts in Budapest. he had a passionate interest in geometry, in the study of 3D forms, in construction and in exploring the hidden possibilities of combination of forms and materials, not just in theory, but also in practice.
he also preferred to communicate his ideas by the use of actual models, made from paper, cardboard, wood or plastic, challenging his students to experiment by manipulating clearly constructed and easily interpreted forms. The placed where the cube was born is in the placed of Budapest the capital of hungary.
The flow of products from Hungary, began in May 1980. As soon as the Cube found its way into the hands of consumers it became evident that the initial order of one million pieces for the first year would not be anywhere near sufficient to meet the growing demand. From the very beginning it was a characteristic of the Cube that no matter how fast production increased, demand grew faster. Contrary to what the leaders of the Toy Industry had expected, for the next two and a half years the problem was not selling Cubes but of supplying them. From 1 million the figures started to grow quickly to 2, to 3, to 5 million and then, in 1981 exploded expontentially. Production centres had to expand from Hungary to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Costa Rica and Brazil, taking up the capacities of many separate factories in each centre.
The difficulty of solving the Cube and the absolute compulsion of trying to solve it generated over 60 books offering desperately needed help. They in turn generated more addicts, displaying with evident pride their newly acquired prowess.
The Only Technique in Solving the Cube is You need to memorize all the Algorithm or Formulas So that You can understand the Flow or the Pattern of the Cube.
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