World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube will take toll on you mind and body
If you thought solving your Rubik’s Cube is a task too heavy for your brain, you might want to reconsider. Watch this World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube created by Tony Fisher from United Kingdom and you’ll instantly hit nausea. Measuring 1.57 m tall, 1.57 m wide and 1.57 m long (5 ft 1.7 in x 5 ft 1.7 in x 5 ft 1.7 in) this Rubik’s Cube is made from exactly the same material as any other regular Rubik’s Cube to make it past the requirements laid down by Guinness World Records.
The total time invested in making this huge Rubik’s Cube is two months and Tony completed it at his home in Suffolk. Solving this one requires a herculean effort both mentally as well as physically since it weighs 100 kg in total.
Materials used in making this Rubik’s Cube are plastic sheet, plastic pipe, plastic foam, ABS plastic core, cardboard, vinyl sticker material, gaffer tape and cast polyurethane resin.
Since it is such an impressive piece of work, tony has had visitors from as far as Japan who have come to see him solve it in front of their eyes.
You can assume the kind of enthusiasm he has for Rubik’s Cube by what he said;
I am a Rubik’s Cube fan and enjoy making and solving twisty puzzles in general. I am also fascinated by world records and I have always wanted to break one or set one.