Copyright 2009 Waldemar Horwat
Groovik's Cube is an electronic Rubik's Cube controlled by three station 30 meters apart located 120° around the cube. One of these stations is visible here. Each station controls only three out of the nine possible planes of rotation. Although the cube works like a regular Rubik's Cube, it was very challenging to solve because solving it required careful coordination of three faraway people in a noisy environment, and each person could see only half of the cube. It was solved about six times during the week.