Remember the Rubik's Cube? Uh, us neither, but this puzzle is tremendously more complicated, offering 125,486,757,308,950,508,983,252,156,416,000,000 permutations, over 2 quadrillion times more possible permutations than the original 3x3x3 arrangement, only one of which is the solution.
Developed in 2012 by 19-year-old inventor Dane Christianson at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL, it was prototyped using 3D printing technology and crowdfunded on Kickstarter.
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