2 comments November 20th, 2008at 05:53pm Posted by Eli
So I was thinking about Art Ledbedev’s Optimus Maximus keyboard, which uses programmable miniature OLED displays to make its keys instantly reconfigurable for any language or application, and it hit me:
A programmable Rubik’s Cube with OLED squares, which could have infinite customizable options for colors, patterns, or even composite pictures spanning all nine squares on each side. I reckon something like that would probably sell for about $500 – I have no idea what kind of market there would be for it, but I bet a lot of the geeks who played with Rubik’s Cubes 20 years ago can afford it.
Note: It would also be the first Rubik’s Cube with a “Reset” option. Although a “Robot’s Cube” which could mechanically solve itself would be pretty cool, too.
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