Photo: Courtesy Michael Holden of michaelholden.com 2009 All rights reserved

LEAVE IT TO A CREW OF GEEKY SEATTLE ARTISTS to create a 26-foot-high, LED-lit, playable Rubik’s Cube. Groovik’s Cube, the brainchild of art collective GroovLabs, made its debut at Burning Man in 2009 to wild stoner acclaim. The aluminum-and-fabric installation has left the Nevada desert for a six-month stay at Pacific Science Center, where it’s suspended in air as the centerpiece of a new interactive exhibit. Up to three people can play at a time from three separate control stations—this has “Microsoft team-building exercise” written all over it.


Watch the time-lapse construction of Groovik’s Cube below courtesy of artist Mike Tyka:

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