How To Solve A Rubiks Cube With Your Feet

Here's how Michel Gondry - director of the Science of Sleep,* and cinematic master of low-tech effects - created the illusion of solving a Rubiks Cube with his feet. Hint: it involves time.

And here's the Seed video of Gondry talking to sleep scientist Robert Stickgold.

*Beautiful movie, but really weird.

[Hat Tip: Kottke]

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