# Robot Takes Rubik’s Cube from Jumbled to Solved in One Second

The whole process actually takes longer than a second, but the headline has to make you feel like if you didn't click on it you'd be missing out on something incredible.

The robot in the above video leverages the miracle of computing to analyze a jumbled up Rubik’s cube and then solve it in less than a second. The initial analysis of the cube takes longer than a second, though. I realize you must be disappointed after having clicked your way here only to learn that it actually takes more than a second. Feel free to read one fewer thing on the Internet today to make up for it.

If you’re looking for a robot that handles both analyzing and solving in one fell swoop, take the below LEGO-fied CubeStormer II for a whirl. Caveat: It takes 5.35 seconds for the CubeStormer II to scan the Rubik’s cube and then solve it. “But I need something that can scan and solve a Rubik’s cube much faster than that.” Well, then grow your fingernails out and get really good at peeling off the stickers, I guess.

The robot in the above video leverages the miracle of computing to analyze a jumbled up Rubik’s cube and then solve it in less than a second. The initial analysis of the cube takes longer than a second, though. I realize you must be disappointed after having clicked your way here only to learn that it actually takes more than a second. Feel free to read one fewer thing on the Internet today to make up for it.

If you’re looking for a robot that handles both analyzing and solving in one fell swoop, take the below LEGO-fied CubeStormer II for a whirl. Caveat: It takes 5.35 seconds for the CubeStormer II to scan the Rubik’s cube and then solve it. “But I need something that can scan and solve a Rubik’s cube much faster than that.” Well, then grow your fingernails out and get really good at peeling off the stickers, I guess.