Watch this video tutorial to see how to solve the acid cube Square One puzzle. There's a few things you should know before even trying to solve the Square-1 puzzle, which is knowing how to solve the Rubik's Cube. Then you need to know the notation for rotating the Square One, ...more

So, you can solve the Rubik's Cube, good for you, but what about the Square One? Erno Rubik is nothing compared to Karel Hršel and Vojtech Kopský, who invented the Square One puzzle, also called by its full title, "Back to Square One", or its shorter name of "Cube 21". It's sh ...more

If you know how to solve the Rubik's Cube, then why don't you try yourself at the Square One puzzle? If you thought the Rubiks Cube was puzzling, then you haven't seen anything yet! This video tutorial will show you how to solve the Square One puzzle. The Square-1, also known ...more

How to start a square or cube lanyard is demonstrated in this video.There are other videos to demonstrate how to stitch. Firstly for this what you do is cut two strings of equal length.Both strings may be of same or different colors.Take one of the string and find the middle ...more

Ever watch a cheesy movie and say "That monster is so FAKE!" but not really understand why? Well monstrous monsters are governed by a little biological rule called the Square-Cube Law, a scientific term combining math, anatomy and physics into one educational tool to recognize ...more

A great way to rack your brain is by trying to solve a puzzle, so grab your puzzle and get solving! If you need a little help, this five-part video tutorial will show you how to solve the Square One puzzle. The Square-1 is one of the most baffling puzzles on the market today, ...more

A great way to rack your brain is by trying to solve a puzzle, so grab your puzzle and get solving! If you need a little help, this video tutorial will show you how to fix the Square One puzzle. The Square-1 is one of the most baffling puzzles on the market today, so make sure ...more

Learn how to make an origami fish. You'll need one square of paper to make your origami fish.

This does not teach you how to solve a Rubik's Cube, only how to twist the cube with one hand. Which means you're going to need one loose Cube to do this. You should already know how to solve the 3x3, otherwise you should stick to two hands.

Check out this how-to video if you want to origami a cube with one piece of paper. Maybe you are an expert at origami or maybe you don't know the first thing about origami; either way, check out this fun, origami instructional video for mastering a cube with one piece of paper.

Improve your crocheting skills by learning new stitches. This instructional how-to video demonstrates how to increase 1 open square at the end of a row. Watch and learn the filet crochet method to increase one open square. Ch 2 at the end of the row, thread over hook 3 times, ...more

Whenever you simplify a square root or a cube root you are writing them in the simplest form. This video teaches a factoring method. The factoring method Involves factoring the numbers under the radical. If the problem is a square root look for pairs, and for cube roots look ...more

Learn how to master the Rubik's Cube puzzle... watch this video tutorial to see how to solve the Rubik's Cube in under one minute. You don't have to be a genius to accomplish solving the 3x3 Classic Rubiks Cube. Part 1: Intro -- The Relative Cross Part 2: F2L (First Two Laye ...more

This video shows you how to simply solve a 2x2 Rubik's Cube. WARNING!!!! If you have not learned the algorithms from a 3x3 tutorial, you must learn them now or you will not be able to solve this Rubik's Cube, because it's so hard... Really. I'm not lying. Unless you just want ...more

In keeping with its focus on loading the Magic Leap One with content at launch, Magic Leap has inked a creative partnership agreement with augmented reality production studio Square Slice Studios. "The team at Square Slice Studios has a reputation for forward thinking and inn ...more

It's Monday, and once again it's time to highlight some of the community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. In addition, I thought we'd take a look at having fun with the geometrical properties of polygons and circles by using one of the best circles I know, the p ...more

Halloween is coming up, so many of you may have a need or desire to carve a pumpkin and turn it into a Jack O' Lantern. This week we are going to explore carving our pumpkins into interesting geometric shapes. In this post, we will carve the pumpkins into spherical versions of ...more

Modular origami is a technique that can be used to build some pretty interesting and impressive models of mathematical objects. In modular origami, you combine multiple units folded from single pieces of paper into more complicated forms. The Sonobe unit is a simple example un ...more

In this Fine Art video tutorial you will learn how to draw with basic shapes and apply them. The four basic shapes are spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones. A sphere is a three dimensional circle. On paper it will look flat without shading. Make sure you practice all kinds of c ...more

Need a little help solving the first part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? The F2L (First Two Layers) could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in no time. Check out this two-part ...more

Need a little help solving the first part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? The F2L (First Two Layers) could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in no time. Check out this video tut ...more

Need a little help solving the first part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? The F2L (First Two Layers) could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in no time. Check out this walk-thro ...more

It's once again Monday, which means it's time to highlight some of the most recent community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. Since two of these posts were on polyhedral versions of M.C. Escher's tessellations, I thought we'd take a look at building a simple tes ...more

As the procedure is lengthy and a bit complicated, this is the first in the two part series that explains the method of creating a paper rose cube. All you require are 6 pieces of square paper. Three of which should be colored rose colored (pink) whereas the other three shoul ...more

It's Monday, which means once again, it's time to highlight some of the most recent community submissions posted to the Math Craft corkboard. I also thought we'd take a look at building a sliceform model of a hyperbolic paraboloid. Rachel Mansur put up two posts on her Modula ...more

The problem with a lot of DIY projects is that they can require a lot of materials. You still end up with the satisfaction of something you built with your own hands, but the shopping trips can get pricey. This cardboard cube lamp by Instructables user lindarose92 is awesome ...more

The game has undergone many transitions over the years, since its days as LEXIKO (1931) to its briefness as CRISS CROSS WORDS to its current and amalgamated, renowned brand of SCRABBLE. There has been many editions of the word board game along that historic metamorphosis, and ...more

This is a basic tutorial on using the Cube Explorer computer software to create your own custom algorithms for different 3x3 Rubik's Cube patterns. And just when you thought the Rubik's Cube couldn't get any more fun! Note: In order to grey-out a cube square and make it unde ...more

In order to make a multi-colored paper cube, you will need the following: 6 pre-made folded squares, which can be found separately. Make 2 of each color. You will need 3 different colors. Slide the flap of one square into the slit of another square. Place the 3rd color's flap ...more

Need a little help solving your Rubik's Cube puzzle? The F2L (First Two Layers) could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in no time, especially with this learning twist for yo ...more

This six and a half minute long video shows how to fold a square piece of paper into an hollow inflatable box or cube. Even simple origami projects like this one are just about impossible to instruct someone in using words alone, so a video like this one is the perfect way to ...more

Last Thursday's post demonstrated how to Make Yin-Yang Pillow boxes, which were based on equilateral triangles and squares. The units for making these boxes were created by Phillip Chapman-Bell, who runs an amazing origami blog and has a spectacular flickr photostream. Using t ...more

In this video, we learn how to win the Grow Cube flash game. First, make a square shape on the lower right hand side of the square. After this, start to make a line going from this, up to the top and going down to the side. Next, you will start digging on the lower left hand s ...more

Watch a person fold an origami box. This is an open box, like a drawer, but not like a cube. First step is typical, just make creases between the opposite corners. next step is to fold all four corners to the center point where the first two creases cross. next two opposite fl ...more

These boxes are inspired by a comment from Imaatfal Avidya on a corkboard post on Platonic polyhedra from sonobe units. Imaatfal was commenting about how the cube and octahedron are related to each other. "There is something cool and special about the platonic solids—there is ...more

For people who are learning geometry, this video will show you how to simply find the volume of a cube. This video provides the formula as well as some basic examples in order to get you started in finding the volume. The formula for the volume of a cube is the length of one s ...more

Ever wonder what all of those letters represent in all of those Rubik's Cube solving techniques? Get the explanation of the notation used for the Rubik's Cube right here. Keep an eye out for one verbal "typo" -- at about 1:58 he says "D" where he really meant "D squared."

One of the most popular and basic origami geometric shapes is the "water bomb," which is a simple inflated cube. With a few extra folds and only a minor shift in approach, a more complex geometric shape can be achieved. This 24-faced, 3-dimensional object is formed using 8 id ...more

First of all you need a standard paper of size 8 by 11.5 inches and a scissors. Step1. Take one corner of the paper and then fold it to meet the other side. Now press the diagonal and then crease it. Step2. Use the scissors to cut off the extra portion from the bottom of the ...more

Whoever said it's boring to be a square didn't make one out of shiny magnets. This video gives the phrase "thinking inside the box" a whole new dimension. You'll learn how to fabricate a six by six square out of 216 magnets. The resulting square is mobile and moldable into ot ...more

Curve stitching is a form of string art where smooth curves are created through the use of straight lines. It is taught in many Junior High and High School art classes. I discovered it when my math students started showing me the geometric art they had created. The process of ...more

The point of ice in your cocktail is to make it cold, right? Yes and no. Obviously, ice does lower the temperature of your cocktail, but it also does other things: enhances certain flavors while masking others (handy if you're drinking less than stellar booze or wine). As Sim ...more

If there's a better way to impress your friends than with cocktails, I don't know what it is. Some nice glasses, quality spirits, and a recipe that doesn't involve pre-made margarita mix, and you'll automatically look suave. However, the most overlooked cocktail accoutrement ( ...more

Computer Science Professor Francesco De Comité has a fantastic gallery of mathematical images on Flickr. As part of this collection, he has a few hundred images of real or rendered polyhedra made out of paper or playing cards which he calls "slide togethers." These are constru ...more

The small size of most indie game development teams is a strength, but also a weakness. It allows them to take risks and explore revolutionary ideas that a larger company could never justify to its shareholders, but also means they must navigate the game development labyrinth ...more

It's easy to take the food we eat for granted, but the truth is, there are a lot of bizarre, wonderful, and just plain weird things about what we eat and drink, the effects it has on our bodies, and vice-versa. Read on to learn how bugs provide food dye, the Japanese grow squa ...more

Watermelon is the perfect snack for hot temperatures. It's hydrating, crisp, and refreshing, especially when it's chilled. Yet some people aren't content with leaving a good thing alone, which has given us many watermelon-based innovations, some great (vodka-filled watermelons ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

Need a little help solving the last part of the Rubik's Cube puzzle? Permutating the last layer could be tricky, and could get you back to square one if you don't know what you are doing, but don't worry, you'll be able to solve that Cube in every possible PLL situation. Chec ...more

This is one of the few times you should be a square. After all, achieving perfect, equally measured sides and angles involves fine tuned calculations that aren't open to creativity and whims. In this drawing tutorial, you'll find out how to create an isometric cube (that mean ...more