Guy solves two Rubik's Cubes at once

Dan Dzoan, world champion at one-handed Rubik's Cubes solving, solves two cubes at once in under 45 seconds.

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-1 1. Dexter commented 17 years ago

It's amazing how advertisements work. I bet that fake "energy drink" company are going to make millions because people actually believe they will be able to solve Rubik's cubes in 1 min or less after drinking their flavored water.
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+2 2. Splat commented 17 years ago

Anyone else notice how this is completely faked?

Note how both rubik's cubes have exactly the same "face" at all times. They're both prearranged in exactly the same way and the dude is just doing the same, predefined, movements on both of them... not really solving them.
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+3 3. noy0003 commented 17 years ago

Splat, you make an interesting point, but I noiced that they're not all exactly the same, I found 1 were the same, but the rest were extremely similer, but with slight differences.
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+2 4. Splat commented 17 years ago


You're right, hadn't noticed that when just watching it.

But if you go through it frame by frame, you can see that the patterns are still always the same; just some colors are switched. For example, in the first frame when they're still sitting on the table, Red and Orange are switched as well as White and Yellow (I think, kind of hard to tell). But the patterns those colors make are exactly the same except that they're mirrored.

It's the same throughout the entire thing, which means he can still use the same hand movements on both... and clearly they're prearranged for that to be possible.
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+2 5. homer_bhoy commented 16 years ago

:D what ya mean its a fake , they have rubik cube championship[s in certain places so why is it a fake ? i mean folks can do it in this time ,i thought maybe a bit longer but theres people that do it np .
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+4 6. SpikedSilver commented 16 years ago

fake is truly the most mentioned word on snotr. and come on, do you really think anybody is that stupid that they think an energy drink could make them solving a rubik cube?
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+3 7. a-pedestrian commented 16 years ago

the guy prolly starts off with two solve rubiks cubes and un solves them then he plays them backwards to make you think he really solved it myth busters did it
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+4 8. RandurSource commented 14 years ago

#2 the whole idea of solving a cube is by following predefined movements and he applies them on both cubes, but they are not the same from the start.
Eventually the cube will show the same patterns as it evolves into the solution.
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+1 9. mr_magicman commented 13 years ago

if this was fake the best way to do it is to record the whole thing backwards and replay it forward.

try it... start with a completed rubic cube... record you messing it up.... throw in a countdown timer running backwards...add a little of someone walking backwards through the scene to help...... then replay the video backwards.... looks like your solving it now not messing it up..