Sunday, May 18, 2014

How to Solve the X-Cube: Tutorial Part 1 is here

The long awaited X-Cube tutorial video is here!

The X-Cube can be preordered here:

'Like' the X-Cube on Facebook to stay in touch with me (Dane): 

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Check us out on Facebook

The Kickstarter phase of this project is almost all but complete. The X-Cubes were shipped out to places all over the world. Now it's time to start thinking about next steps.

Like us on facebook:

I love sharing your photos, responses, and everything with fans of the X-Cube. I'm maintaining an active dialogue with the community as well. This is the place to ask for help and for showing off how fast you can solve it. So far we only have one solution video...

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Updates: Completion of finished product and shipping

Been awhile since the blog carried current info! Kickstarter has been the place for updates:

The first order of finished X-Cubes has been completed, shipped and is passing through customs. I will begin shipping them next week. 

The finished product is incredible. I'm very pleased with how it turned out. It has just the aesthetic I was going for.

This is so cool. We brought an idea to life. 

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Top 100 Finalist for Chicago Innovation Awards!

Hey folks!

The X-Cube and Moving Parts LLC were selected as a top 100 finalist for this year's Chicago Innovation Awards. This is a tremendous honor, and I couldn't be more thrilled.

The X-Cube is eligable for the People's Choice Award. You can vote at (5-Consumer Products).

Thanks for your support, everyone.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The First Samples!


I read one of the most exciting emails I have received in awhile. The first test samples have been successfully produced! This is a very amazing time for this project. I got to see a creation of mine come to life through two very different means of production. What started as a modest 3D print has turned into a real product. Thank you to all you supporters for making this possible.

There are still some final adjustments to be made, but the X-Cube lives!

Congrats to Sam!

Sam Dunlap is an IIT public safety officer who works front desk security for the Idea Shop's building. Awhile back I saw him solving a 4x4x4 and challenged him to solve the X-Cube. It took some time and a lot of brain power, but now he has done it!