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15 Most Creative daily used objects inspired by Rubik’s Cubes

Rubik's Cube Tissue Box

Rubik’s Cube is a mechanical 3D combination puzzle game which is, due to its iconic design and mechanics, also known as “Magic Cube”. Rubik’s Cubes was invented in 1974 by a Hungarian professor of architecture and sculptor Prof. Erno Rubik and in over 30 years 350 millions Rubik’s Cube were sold worldwide making it the world most favorite and best selling toy.

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The Cube remains the iconic for most and people get inspired by their design try to make the objects similar to it. For the Rubik’s Cube lovers, here is a hand-picked list of daily life objects the design of which inspired by Rubik’s Magic Cubes with which you may probably want to decorate your office or home

1. Rubik’s Cube Cup

Rubik's Cube Cup

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Rubik's Cube Cup

Rubik’s Cube Cup Source

2. Rubik’s Cube Clock Analog

Rubik's Cube Analog Clock

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Rubik's Cube Analog Clock

Rubik’s Cube Analog Clock Source

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Rubik's Cube Analog Clock

Rubik’s Cube Analog Clock Source

3. Rubik’s Cube Clock Digital

Rubik's Cube Digital Clock

Rubik’s Cube Digital Clock Source

4. Rubik’s Cube Drink Coaster

Rubik's Cube Drink Cup Coaster

Rubik’s Cube Drink Cup Coaster Source

Rubik's Cube Drink Cup Coaster

Rubik’s Cube Drink Cup Coaster Source

5. Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box

Rubik's Cube Tissue Box

Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Source

Rubik's Cube Tissue Box

Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Source

Rubik's Cube Tissue Box

Rubik’s Cube Tissue Box Source

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Hi-Tech Night Vision Capable Contact Lenses and Cell Phones

Night Vision Contact Lenses

Although Night vision technology is not new and have been around us from many decades emerged dated back in 1970, but the devices for night vision are big and bulky, wearing which on your night jaunt will surely not be a smart idea. Currently existing night vision devices or the clunky, huge goggles are used by army to take over the enemy in night or by professional wildlife researchers while they are in forest.

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But what if you have the same technology fit in your eyes?
What if you have night vision enables cell phones or cameras?
Yeah, this will be really cool.

Thanks to the team of researchers leading by Zhaohui Zhing at University of Michigan, USA, we will soon have contact lenses with the capability to sense infrared and ultraviolet lights renders our eyes to see in darkness.

The team is doing research on Graphene (a thin layer of pure carbon) using it on contact lenses will give the lens the power to sense non-visible infrared and ultraviolet light plus visible lights and, as heard through some sources, can enhance ambient light up to 200 percent.

These lenses will have several advantages over the conventional night vision goggles as these lenses will be more comfortable to use, provide full peripheral vision and sure, will be less expensive.

The technology will not only limited to contact lenses but can also be integrated with camera phones and other visual gadgets.

The lenses would probably used by military in war field mostly but you too can enjoy the power of night vision even while walking home in dark late night or go for a night-time journey through jungle. These lenses may help medical professional to sense the blood flow in patients body and can aid in historian and artists eyes to analyze the old paintings or sculptures.

 

 

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