When inspiration hits, it’s hard to ignore. That’s why a group of four Michigan mechanical engineering students decided to craft their very own senior design course. It just so happens that their course was designing and building a massive human controlled Rubik’s Cube. Follow the four of them through conception to completion of their initial design, and see what it takes to scale something that fits in the palm of your hand to a four by four foot, 1500 pound tribute to one of the world’s most beloved puzzles.
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IOE Department introduces Seth Bonder Summer Camp in Computational and Data Science
The Seth Bonder Summer Camp in Computational and Data Science for Engineering is intended for high school students interested in engineering who have no or minimal background in data science and computer programming.
Giant Rubik's Cube installed at U-Michigan
A giant Rubik’s Cube newly installed on the University of Michigan’s North Campus is believed to be the world’s largest hand-solvable, stationary version of the famous puzzle
NAME Historian Pulitzer Finalist for American Revolution Book
A book by Larrie D. Ferreiro, instructor and historian at George Mason University, finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize in history.