Stanford Student Solves Three Rubik’s Cubes while Juggling Them

Ravi Fernando, a student at Stanford University and a member of the World Cube Association has mad Rubik’s cube solving skills. In a recent video, he solves three cubes while juggling them, in less than six minutes.

This is probably the coolest thing you’ll see today. I’ve watched Ravi’s YouTube video a few times now and I still can’t believe it can be done. He is somehow able to juggle three Rubik’s Cubes and solve them at the same time. The only way I can solve one Rubik’s cube in less than an hour is by taking off all the colored stickers and gluing them back in the right order. Pathetic, I know, but this isn’t about me, it’s about this skilled math undergrad who has a cube solving record of just 7.65 seconds ( no juggling, obviously). That puts him in the 48th position on the list of the world’s fastest Rubik’s Cube solvers. Pretty cool, but it’s not just about speed with this guy, as he can also solve the tricky puzzle blindfolded, with just one hand, and with his feet. And you thought you were special just being able to solve one of these darn things, huh?

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Ravi has his own YouTube channel, where he posts all his amazing Rubik Cube solving videos. In one of them, where he solves just one cube while juggling two other rubber balls, a friend says he’s the only one in the world that can do it. That’s probably not true, as others have posted similar videos in the past, but this last one, where he juggles and solves three different cubes, could actually be unique. The guy has such quick hands that you can hardly see him shuffling all the facets, it’s simply an amazing example of cool multitasking.

 

In this earlier video, the guy doesn’t even seem to be looking at the cube…


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