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Blink and you’ll miss it! Record-breaking robot can solve a Rubik’s cube in 0.305 seconds, 10 times faster than the fastest human

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It's a puzzle that can keep most people entertained for hours. But the Rubik's Cube is light work for a robot, which has officially broken the Guinness World Record for the fastest robot to solve a rotating puzzle cube.
  • Mitsubishi engineers created the robot that solves the Rubik’s cube
  • Incredible footage shows robot completing puzzle in just 0.305 seconds

It’s a puzzle that can keep most people entertained for hours.

But the Rubik’s Cube is light work for a robot, which has officially broken the Guinness World Record for the fastest robot to solve a rotating puzzle cube.

The robot can complete the puzzle in just 0.305 seconds, so we can safely say that if you blink, you’ll miss it!

That’s about 10 times faster than the fastest human, who is able to solve the puzzle in an impressive 3.13 seconds.

It’s a puzzle that can keep most people entertained for hours. But the Rubik’s Cube is light work for a robot, which has officially broken the Guinness World Record for the fastest robot to solve a rotating puzzle cube.

The record for ‘fastest robot to solve a rotating puzzle cube’ has been popular for years.

In 2009, the record was one minute and four seconds, but over the years it has been getting shorter.

In 2016, the record finally broke the second barrier.

Now, a team of engineers at Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has raised the bar after setting an impressive new record.

“I reviewed the videos of the previous record holder and felt that the engine we have is better than theirs,” said Tokui, who led the record attempt.

“So I was confident we could beat them with speed.”

The robot has a set of motors that work in combination with each other to move the cube at lightning speed.

The robot has a set of motors that work in combination with each other to move the cube at lightning speed.

During the testing process, the team encountered an unexpected problem: the cube was struggling to keep up with the speed of the robot.

During the testing process, the team encountered an unexpected problem: the cube was struggling to keep up with the speed of the robot.

The robot has a set of motors that work in combination with each other to move the cube at lightning speed.

However, during the testing process, the team encountered an unexpected problem: the cube was struggling to keep up with the robot’s speed.

During the first official record attempt, the puzzle got stuck.

Fortunately, with some adjustments, the team was able to solve the problem and made it a second time.

“I know our products can make the world an even better place,” said Tokui.

“I hope that the registration will allow people around the world to know what our products are capable of.”

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