In an awesome act of creative collaboration (and a lot of sweat), The Nerdery helped Google this morning to launch Chrome Cube Lab to honor the 40th anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube (see today’s timely Google doodle). Originally created by Ernő Rubik, the Rubik’s Cube is a logic puzzle that has been a favorite of engineers and mathematical types since its debut.
As part of the collaborative effort between Google and The Nerdery to build this project, Ryan Deluca built-out a Typographic Cube that allows users to input their own desired message to be scrawled across the cube. Once the user has put in their message, they can scramble the cube up and share it to friends with the built-in social sharing features!
Our project went live this morning and is not only a cool-looking project but an amazing showcase of what modern browsers – both on the desktop and mobile – are capable of. Check it out now at g.co/cubelab!