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19 Fun and Random (Yet True) Facts That May Surprise You
posted January 29 2014 3:40.20 by spic0m

In the mid-1970s, Erno Rubik worked at the Department of Interior Design at the Academy of Applied Arts and Crafts in Budapest. Although it is widely reported that the Cube was built as a teaching tool to help his students understand 3D objects, his actual purpose was solving the structural problem of moving the parts independently without the entire mechanism falling apart. Continue reading for more.

[Link: TechBlog]

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