Seattle Pacific Science Center:
Oct 1st 2011 - June 1st 2012
- The largest functional Rubik's Cube Puzzle in the World -
- Fully Interactive -
- 3 Player Collaboration -
First displayed to the public at the Burning Man
art festival in Nevada in 2009, Groovik’s Cube
is currently on display at the
Pacific Science Center
in Seattle of the Puzzle Palooza
exhibit on Puzzles, Engineering, Science Art and Math. The public can interactively solve the Groovik’s Cube
in person and one or more competitions will be held to give the world’s speed cubing champions a chance to try their hand at this novel challenge.
Who is GroovLabs ?
GrooveLabs is a non-profit, Seattle-based collective of engineers, artists and scientists, focused on creating interactive art.
Project Leads: Mike Tyka, Barry Brumitt
Engineering design: Kevin MacDonald, Mike Tyka, Heather Ralph
Fabric design: Eva Luna, Anna Black
Electronics: Richard Bailey, Becky Anderson, Mark Anderson
Software design: Chris White, Leo Dirac, Brian Jacobson, Brian Retford