If you’re looking for a last minute holiday gift for the burgeoning genius on your list, go get a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set. Yes, they’re expensive, but they’re worth it.
Want proof? Watch this:
Yes, that’s from a single set, and it solves the infamous Rubik’s Cube in about 90 seconds. Amazing, right? Yes, it is. And my kid has been talking about it non-stop since I stayed up a little late to build it on Friday night.
I didn’t design this, I just followed the excellent instructions for Mindcub3r from David Gilday.
So totally worth it.
Amazing! Makes me wonder what can’t you do with Legos?
BTW: Looks like WP munged your link to the mindcub3r instructions:
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