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In this instructable I am going to show you how to make a Rubik's cube that houses a speaker and is fully functional. It is compatible with all wireless Bluetooth devices or can be used with a 3.5 mm audio jack. The integrated battery can be loaded via USB as shown in the second picture.

As you can see in the pictures the plugs are well hidden, so it is a great way to prank your friends, by making the cube talk to them.

Here is a video of the cube. I'm sorry, that the sound is so hard to hear. I can't wait to get my new camera.

 
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Step 1: Stuff you need

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Materials
  • Veho VSS-006-360BT Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (e.g. on amazon.com)
  • 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube (e.g. amazon.com)
  • Paint (primer is good but not 100% necessary)
  • Sanding paper
  • Wood glue
  • Wood filler (Spatula or something else to apply it)
  • 1.5 mm high quality ply wood
  • Solder
  • Wire
  • Stickers
  • Strong glue
Tools
  • Laser cutter (or online laser cutting service, e.g. ponoko.com)
  • Soldering iron
  • Pliers
  • Small Phillips head screwdriver
  • Hot glue gun

I like this project, and think A Rubik's Cube looks much better than a regular speaker.
BrittLiv (author)  mikeasaurus1 year ago
Hi, thank you! I need to keep my hands busy while doing stuff and pranking friends is always fun ;-). Do you have any idea when the algorithm for making finger joints in Make 123D will be released? I've seen amandaghassaei and James using it and it would be extremely helpful.
it's still in the works, still not sure when it will be public, sorry!
Oooo yeh. I want a copy of that too. Last time I used it it was only for Macs :( Couldn't find mention of it on Google :(
yokozuna1 year ago
Still hard at it I see... looks great, as always!
BrittLiv (author)  yokozuna1 year ago
Thank you! How are you doing? Any projects coming up?
Mrballeng1 year ago
Go Britt!!!!!!!!!!
BrittLiv (author)  Mrballeng1 year ago
Btw I just had a look at your kickstarter. Congrats on it being so successful! So go Brent!!!!! ;-)
BrittLiv (author)  Mrballeng1 year ago
Haha, thank you!
Congrats, on your Gand Prize Win! It's neat the way you super sized your cube, clever idea.
BrittLiv (author)  technovative1 year ago
Hi, thank you, I didn't think I would stand a chance against all the other awesome projects, including yours!
CODKING1 year ago
Nice you got a galaxy siii
BrittLiv (author)  CODKING1 year ago
Sadly I don't, it's an Ace2
Oh well it looks a lot like the s3 in the video
That is so cool can you make one that lights up?
Edgar1 year ago
Congrats, went to the Blog.
http://faz-voce-mesmo.blogspot.pt/2013/01/nanotecnologia-para-motores-cubo-de.html
Edgar1 year ago
Where's the Like button?