rubiks-cube-world-record

Many people think of Rubik’s Cube as simple toy, but this definition is far from the truth as possible combinations are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000, approximately forty-three quintillion which is an astonishing figure. If we take one second for each will be required to spend 1.37 trillion years to properly order the best-selling toy of the Earth. In contrast to these figures will remind you that the world record for the fastest order of the Rubik’s Cube belongs to 15-year-old Collin Burns, who managed to make it to 5.253 seconds.

Now he gave a curious interview that reveals more about the mystery that lies behind its success, as it improves the current record achievement with less than a third of a second. Collin Burns says he uses a method that is call Fridrich Method is named after Professor Jessica Fridrich from Binghamton University. It consists in detecting and organizing one of the colors of the cube, which is then converted into the “bottom layer” of the toy.

Burns then began to reposition the row above, only the top left unresolved, for which he uses other mathematical algorithms, improving the world record. We should also note that his success is due to the many years spent by him in learning how it works Rubik’s Cube. In conclusion, we note that Jessica Fridrich explained how her method works in her website that can be found here.

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