World’s biggest Rubik’s Cube video has recently gone viral on the internet. The cube outstripped Tony Fisher’s effort at the world’s largest Rubik’s Cube in 2019, which measured 2.02 metres by 2.02 metres. Fisher debuted his cube on his YouTube channel, which has 100,000 subscribers, in November 2019. Unlike the NINA MALL team, however, he built his cube entirely by himself, taking 330 hours.
Guinness World Records recognised Fisher’s 2019 cube in 2020, giving him the title for the second time. He constructed a 1.57 metre by 1.57 metre cube in 2016. Wes Nelson constructed a somewhat larger version in 2018 at a science museum in Canada, measuring 1.68 metres by 1.68 metres, prompting Fisher to create his revised 2019 version.
“Thank you for breaking my world record. When I made mine on my own, I was flattered that it required such a large team “Fisher said in response to a video of the NINA MALL’s new world-record-breaking cube.
Rubik’s Cube records have appeared to be on the rise in recent months. In December 2020, an eight-year-old boy set a new world record for solving cubes with both hands and feet at the same time. Atharva R Bhat solved three Rubik’s Cubes in one minute and 29.97 seconds, one with his foot and one with each hand.
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