Questions about the Rubick’s Cube puzzle can be asked with a simple tap of the hands.
The question is simple: “How do you get your finger to the correct location?”
But a number of people have been asking questions like that for years.
And now, for the first time, a simple tool called the Rubiks Cube is offering answers.
The tool, developed by a company called Kalypso Labs, is a little cube with a camera on the front and a microphone on the back.
The camera takes images of the cube in a series of 360-degree views and sends them to a computer.
The computer then calculates the correct answer based on the position of each finger.
When a person has a problem, Kalypsos Cube can help them find the solution in about a minute, according to a statement on the company’s website.
The company is working with companies such as IBM, Intel and Apple to bring the tool to market.