The guy on Earth that so far held the Rubik’s Cube record was called Seung Beom Cho, with 4.59 seconds. Cho has been overcome with a new stratospheric time: 4.22 seconds.
It’s funny: what can take to many of us almost a “life”, it takes a few seconds for others. The Australian Feliks Zemdegs, 22, broke the world record of the famous cube during the tournament held in Melbourne, Australia, Cube for Cambodia.
Zemdegs currently also has the fastest average time record in 5 trials. And the truth is that seeing how he moves his hands around the cube, anyone can realize the reason.
For a robot, the record is currently at 0.38 seconds. 😀