There are a lot of fun things to do with Rubik’s Cubes, but the cubes as the majority of the public knows them are composed of flat faces, and the puzzle is solved by way of using colors. Though the puzzle of the cubes are supposed to be based on sight, a few modders out there have made the cubes something people without sight can enjoy. Check out six of our favorite Rubik’s Cubes for the blind below.
No. 1 | Accessible Cube
Brian Doom created this cube, opting to go with extended pieces and bright colors rather than Braille surfaces. He notes that it might be difficult for a Braille reader to actually read the Braille after it's been flipped and rotated a bunch of times and finds itself upside down and backwards.
No. 2 | Braille Cube
No. 3 | Blind Man's Metal Cube
This metal Rubik's Cube is actually a DIY project, which you can view over on Instructables.
No. 4 | Acrylic Cube
This Rubik's Cube can be found over on TwistyPuzzles.com, and uses acrylic shapes to denote the differences of the faces.
No. 5 | Shape Cube
This cube was seen at at a Jakarta's Cube Club meet.
No. 6 | Button Cube
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