Friday, October 28, 2011

A robot man finally conquers the Rubik's Cube

Barcelona. (Editorial) .- The machines are gaining ground in the human brain. His last victory was with the Rubik's cube . For the first time a robot has exceeded the speed of a person. And it's not a robot either, the CubeStormer II has been designed by LEGO Mindstorms and is powered by a Samsung Galaxy S II, according to published portal .

The previous record for solving the Rubik's cube was 5.66 seconds, a feat that won the Australian Zemdegs Feliks. This was one of the latest tactical advantages of humans over machines, but now it's over. The CubeStormer II built by Mike Dobson and David Gilday Feliks has overcome with a time of 5.352 seconds. To make matters worse, humans are allowed to examine the cube before starting the timer, but the mark achieved by CubeStormer II includes the time it has been used to study their strategy.

The CubeStormer II is built from four LEGO Mindstorms NXT kits and is controlled by a customized application for Android. After taking a photo of each side of the cube messy, the application uses a specially developed algorithm to create a solution that optimizes the retention mechanism.


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