If you go to Calgary—-you’ll find what appears to be the world’s biggest WORKING Rubik’s Cube.
Its 1.68 metres tall—and was built by Wes Nelson—-who’s a tech at “Telus Spark”.
He says it took him 5 weeks to put it together.
Its made of Styrofoam—with some thin cardboard—and he’s crossing his fingers it holds together for the rest of the summer.
The people from the Guiness Book of World Records still has to verify if the cube gets top billing this year. (photo credit–Mike Syminton/CBC)