Two inventors, Jay Flatland and Paul Rose,built a machine that collects Rubik's cube in record time - it usually spends a little more than a second. Her best result recorded on the camera is 1,047 seconds.
The machine deals with a slightly modifiedRubik's cube - on each face in the center holes are drilled, for which the robot handles are held. The design uses six engines connected to the Arduino board, as well as four webcams that recognize the initial state of the cube.
And on this video you can see the assembly of the cube Rubik by this robot in a slow-motion picture: