A creator named Andrea Favero, from Netherlands has created the world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube solver robot – The CUBOTtino Micro. The CUBOTtino Micro is a successor of his previous generation Rubik’s Cube solver robot CUBTtino. The CUBOTtino Micro uses a Pi Camera and Raspberry Pi Zero for the computer vision. It can solve a 30mm Rubik’s Cube in less than 70 Seconds. The robot uses around ten 3D printer parts and two small servo motors apart from the electronics.
The cube solver bot uses the Kociemba solver to get an almost optimal solution. The CUBOTtino Micro is fully autonomous and has a display to provide feedback on the solving progress. The CUBOTtino Micro is an excellent example of how technology can be used to solve complex problems in our daily lives. It is also a testament to the power of open-source technology and the maker community, which have made it possible for anyone to build their Rubik's Cube solver robot. You can know more about the Robot from Andrea Favero’s YouTube channel. He has published a video about the CUBOTtino Micro.
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