Are we entering the next generation of gaming?

Created by student Dane Christianson, the X-Cube is a 3D printed logic puzzle based off of the original Rubik’s cube that’s been loved by so many for the past 40 years.

The cube has 52 moving parts, 102 stickers, and 2 quadrillion times more possible permutations than the original and when solved forms an ‘X' and has all 6 colors oriented in the same directions.

Christianson decided to let the design be open-sourced so that anyone could design and print their own X-Cube.

Find out more in the video below:

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