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Let`s let up on the damn reposts, okay? Much appreciated.
I don`t think anyone ever doubted the fact that if it was autonomous, it was connected to an external processor. I dont see how that makes the program any less impressive if it is full automated and "intelligent".
Though that`s unlikely.
The LEGO Camera is meant to be used with the included Vision Command software which can also interface with an RCX and thus enables creating robots with "vision". The software is capable of detecting different lightings, motion, and colors. It can also be used with any other software that uses a webcam. The webcam is capable of recording up to 30 frames per second. It also contains a microphone to record sound for videos."
NVM the LEGOS did NOT solve this cube, a home PC did!
The PC merely had an output in lego format. Now if the system was wireless it would be cool, now, it`s not.
I once had the booklet describing the procedure, and as far as I remember it was a set of moves, with the exception of one or two simple IF THENs.
But it`s still impressive!
Although, I love Rubik`s Cubes.
When a machine can beat the human record, which is 9.86 seconds according to the site I googled. My Dad`s personal best was... 45? 50? Less than a minute. That was in the 80`s. He can still do it in less than two minutes.
it`s like.. the battle of the 80`s. which brightly colored toy will win? legos? or the rubiks cube?