
VaughanLee waving a cube very quickly.


The Professor with the guts of a disassembled cube.


Alex solving a cube.


Demonstrating how cyclic properties allow you to change only certain faces.


The number of permutations of faces when asembling a cube, very big.


And again.


The number of moves needed to make a random cube into the 'perfect' state, assuming you know every permutation, and how to move between them.


Faintly, the current best known least number of moves  43.


Combination to make a pretty pattern.


Alex and an alternatively shaped cube.


Alasdair Kergon looks on as Ian Collier attempts a 4cube.
