It’s a single colored Rubik’s cube, with a mirror surface and uncommon shape of blocks! You won’t find any ‘cube’ at all in this Rubik’s cube. Perhaps that’s why Brando call it “IQ Blocks”.
While it functions just like a regular Rubik’s Cube, the Rubik’s Mirror Blocks Cube has different sized blocks - which means it gets very distorted very fast. Instead of puzzling out simple colors, you’ll be trying to fight with geometric space, which is great fun. What is also great fun is seeing the look on the faces of others as they fiddle with your cube. Rubik’s Mirror Blocks Cube - the future is here.
- Transformed Mirror IQ Blocks – Silver
- Left and Right Brain Exercise
- Smooth Rotation, Easy to Handle, Light weight
- Good for Logical Thingker & Improve both your IQ & EQ
- Hints: Tea Break & Retry it
- Functions: Left & Right Brain training, IQ & EQ Training, home and office fun
- Dimension(approx.): 5.5 x 5.5 x 5.5 cm
Actually, they are exactly as they should be: silver and weird. While it functions just like a regular Rubik's Cube, the Rubik's Mirror Blocks Cube has different sized blocks - which means it gets very distorted very fast. Instead of puzzling out simple colors, you'll be trying to fight with geometric space, which is great fun. What is also great fun is seeing the look on the faces of others as they fiddle with your cube. Rubik's Mirror Blocks Cube - the future is here.
Once you scrambled the position, you will obtain a really weird looking with no similarity at each of the sides. Now this is a real new challenge for cube-solver. Challenger are challenged by shapes instead of color like the traditional Rubik’s Cube.
However, if you choose to use it for desk decoration only, you can still use it as a mirror since the surface can reflect your face pretty well.
Rubik's Mirror Blocks Cube
- Works just like a regular Rubik's cube, but with different sized (and same colored) cubes, it gets really funky looking really fast.
- Includes: cube and stand
- Dimensions: 2.25" cubed (duh)
Rubik's Mirror Blocks, with its exploded segments and weirdly foreshortened grid, looks like the classic cube puzzle gone wrong. It's exactly the same size — at least when solved — but unlike the original, every side is the same color.
At this point, I have three choices.
• Hellraiser joke about solving puzzle boxes and going strait to hell without passing go.
• Personal anecdote about Rubik's cube from the 1980s.
• Praise self for getting through a post about Rubik without using the phrases "mindbending" or "fiendish."
Either way, I'm gonna pull the trigger on this one when they appear here in the west (It's apparently Japan-only right now). Why waste time on the inadvertent puzzles found in gadgets' user interfaces? Here's video:
And watch how to solve this by Takumi Yoshida in 55.47 seconds.
If you are interested to have this stuff, Just visit this site Brando.com and Ebay.com
Sources: Boingboing, Youtube and HardwareSphere