IPSWITCH, England, Rubik’s cube the most challenging brain teasing game which can’t even be solved by some persons in its normal size. But there are some extra ordinary, enthusiastic people who can even solve a Rubik’s cube of 5.6mm.
A British puzzle enthusiast shared video of his successful attempt to solve what he bills as the “world’s smallest Rubik’s cube.”
Tony Fisher, who holds the Guinness World Record for largest Rubik’s cube after building a puzzle measuring more than 5 feet tall, created a Rubik’s cube measuring only .22 inches on each side.
Fisher said he couldn’t get a 3D printer to make the puzzle small enough, so he filed down a cube that started at .24 inches on each side.
The video shows Fisher solving the puzzle using tweezers and a magnifying glass.
Watch the video here: