Play with The ESN Obuda's Rubiks Cube
The History of the Rubiks Cube
In 1974, a young Professor of architecture in Budapest (Hungary) named Erno Rubik created an object that was not supposed to be possible. His solid cube twisted and turned - and still it did not break or fall apart. With colourful stickers on its sides, the Cube got scrambled and thus emerged the first “Rubik’s Cube”. It took well over a month for Erno to work out the solution to his puzzle. Little did he expect that Rubik’s Cube would become the world’s best-selling toy ever. As a teacher, Erno was always looking for new, more exciting ways to present information, so he used the Cube’s first model to help him explain to his students about spatial relationships. Erno has always thought of the Cube primarily as an object of art, a mobile sculpture symbolizing stark contrasts of the human condition: bewildering problems and triumphant intelligence; simplicity and complexity; stability and dynamism; order and chaos.For this magic object to become the most popular toy in history a few chance meetings had to take place.
Play with keyboard
|E - spin middle row||R- sping right column||Z - spin the cube 'Z' axial||U - spin 1st row|
|S - sping middle column||D - spin the bottom row||F - spin the 1st column||L - spin the 1st back column|
|Y - spin the cube 'Y' axial||X - spin the cube 'X' axial||B - spin the 3st back column||M - spind the middle column|