We’ve featured LEGO Rubik’s Cube solvers before, but none controlled by an Android device. In this promotional video by maker David Gilday for ARM Ltd, the machine shows off it’s ability to autonomously solve a Rubik’s Cube in 25 minutesseconds or less.


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    damn…this mindstorms stuff is just amazing…An application running on the phone analyses the pictures and using this information works out how to solve the puzzle. It then sends commands via Bluetooth to the LEGO Mindstorms NXT to control the motors to actually solve the cube.