Puzzle enthusiast Tony Fisher demonstrates a new 3.4 cm-wide cube designed by Matt Bahner. It's half the size width of the original 7x7x7 V-Cube.
Shown above with the original 7x7x7 V-Cube and an original Rubik's Cube for scale, the puzzle retains the V-Cube's curved lines and ships without stickers. Fisher recommends Olivér's Stickers. Though the movement is a little rough because it's right out of the box, it's an impressive engineering feat nonetheless.
Jake Olefsky writes, "I am a puzzle author interested in story telling. I recently worked with award winning author Lavie Tidhar to create an interactive sci-fi puzzle story called 'Svalbard' that we just published on a new website that will hopefully have more puzzle stories in the future. The idea is that you read a […]
Here’s a good riddle from Brian Brushwood of Scam Nation. He found it in Book of Riddles by Fabrice Mazza and Sylvain Lhullier Imagine that you’re making a magic potion. You’re a wizard with a long beard. But — the potion only works if you wait exactly 45 minutes before you stir it. If you […]
Want to keep the dentist away? A little tooth care at morning and night isn’t bad, but it won’t keep the stains from smoking or fried foods at bay for long. If you enjoy your food and want to avoid the consequences, an upgrade from that old analog toothbrush can make a huge difference. Among […]
If your office works at all, it uses Microsoft Office. Those icons for Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook are as familiar around some workplaces as the coffee machine. So familiar, in fact, that they get taken for granted – and rarely used to their full potential. Whether you need a crash course in the essential tools […]
It’s a great time to be a maker. 3D printers are on store shelves for anyone to buy, and coder kits like Arduino and Raspberry Pi are letting kids as young as 9 or 10 dive into the Internet of Things. Here are a few examples of our favorite tech toys, all priced low enough […]