"This concept of the Rubik Cube is an attempt to adjust this timeless toy to the needs of blind persons - it allows them to "feel" the colors. But the most interesting aspect of this concept is to recognize that it is almost that catchy for people who can see to solve this version of the cube - as it is difficult for blind persons to solve a regular magic cube."
please check http://www.behance.net/gallery/Rubiks-Cube-for-blind-People/451134 for further information :)
9 months ago
It's sexy and you know it
Really great project, good to know that it's not just a 3D, but it really exists.
Great idea! Love it.
Designklassiker von Konstantin Dez.
Love the depth feel due to blur, like it's a real photo! Kudos!
@Dmitry Zelenov herzlichen dank!
Very colorful! Awesome idea, great execution.
Really cool project, I can only imagine how difficult it must be to solve.
Wow nice! Love the behance page and very nice publications, well deserved. Sad that the blind people cant see how nice that looks.
So proud :-)
@Mikael Eidenberg thank you very much! glad you like the project!
Oh @Konstantin, I did not look that you are from Germany..
Beat me to confuse your name - it's also a Russian name :)
@Dmitry Zelenov все нормально! рад, что тебе нравится идея.
I would buy this in a heartbeat. Don't know anyone that is blind but I love it that much.
congratulations. This is one of the things that "makes" someone's day. And it just made me worthwhile. Thanks for sharing.
awesome project, congrats on your featurings in magazines!
Beyond words! I had the same idea back in college, but I was too lazy to develop it. :D Nice to see it live! :)
Really incredible concept. I'd be curious to see if braille were actually the best way to do this, though. Wouldn't larger & more distinct shapes be easier to recognize by touch?
As a fellow solver, I am a big fan of this. Well done!
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