After more than four decades when the legendary Rubik Cubes were first invented in 1974 by a Hungarian professor and artist, Erno Rubik, a new invention has arrived to stimulate the minds of geniuses worldwide. David Jaap, a mathematician and a genius from Rockwell, North Carolina has announced that he will be seeking public support to back and promote his new project on Kickstarter called ‘Genius Cubes’.
These are math cubes that are structurally similar to the legendary Rubik Cubes but are much more skilled and way more awesome. David has a couple of degrees in Math from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and has put a lot of research and hard work into this project. He is using Kickstarter to seek public support and backing for the Genius Cubes and the goal of this project is to raise $5000 by Thursday, April 13th 2017.
The Genius Cubes are not very expensive in bulk. However, extensive labor and hard work is put into each cube as every cube is unique and hand-finished. David has made no compromise on the quality of each cube and each of the cubes get double checked before shipping. David has spent more than two decades of his life in manufacturing industry and has never believed in making compromises on the quality. The cubes he has used are professional grade speed-cubes of good quality that are always a pleasure to manipulate.
All funds raised through this Kickstarter campaign will go to the mass manufacturing, shipment and promotion of this amazing scientific gift for the genius minds around the world. Generous contributors can find out more about the math techniques used in these cubes and more on the Kickstarter page of this project.
David is welcoming generous contributions right now and everyone can make their contribution for the Genius Cubes using the link below:
About This Project:
David Jaap, a mathematician and genius from North Carolina has invented amazing Genius Cubes that are comprised of numbers and will stimulate genius minds for centuries to come. Genius Cubes are much more sophisticated and advanced than the legendary Rubik Cubes and everyone is welcome to back this project on Kickstarter.