New Record! Robot Solves Rubik’s Cube in Less Than a Second

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Solving a Rubik’s Cube is an impressive feat by itself, but now, a robot can do it in record time, cracking the 3D puzzle about 10 times faster than the human who holds the world record.

In just over half of a second (0.637 seconds), the Sub1 Reloaded robot made each side of the Rubik’s Cube show a single color. This breaks the previous record of 0.887 seconds achieved by an earlier version of the same machine using a different processor.

German technology company Infineon staged the record attempt at the Electronica trade fair in Munich this week, as a way to highlight its self-driving-car technology. The company provided one of the Sub1 Reloaded robot’s microchips. [The 6 Strangest Robots Ever Created]

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“It takes tremendous computing power to solve such a highly complex puzzle with a machine,” Infineon said in a statement. “In the case of ‘Sub1 Reloaded,’ the power for motor control was supplied by a microcontroller from Infineon’s AURIX

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