German Robot Breaks the World Record in Solving Rubik’s Cube
A german robot has recently broken the world record in solving the Rubik’s cube by beating the last record with 0.2 seconds (almost).
It has been confirmed by the Guinness World Record that the robot, which is the brainchild of Albert Beer, has solved the Rubik’s cube in just 0.637 seconds.
The last world record holder had completed the job in 0.887 seconds.
The super fast robot runs on processor readied by Infineon Technologies. The machine used its six arms to solve the Rubik’s cube in 21 moves.
An expert said that the machine had received two images of the cube before attempting to solve. Its processor found the solution using a Two-Phase Algorithm.