Rubik's Dream - Three Sixty Edition

Trick by Henry Harrius ($155.00)

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This just might be the "holy grail" of Rubik's Cube magic. This unbelievable shell fits over a Rubik's Cube and locks into place, so even a spectator can hold it. Then (and this is the part that is hard to believe), you can twist the cube with the shell on it. How does it work? You need to see it to believe it.

Henry Harrius brought us "Rubik's Dream," the hit sensation Rubik's Cube trick from 2017. This new shell, RD360, is the perfect companion to the original, but allows you to do many new and exciting things. The tutorial is 70 minutes long and features 8 new routines, including the Akira Solve, which is visual madness.

From this shell alone you can construct the perfect routine: the spectator mixes a cube, you place it in a paper sack, and then the SPECTATOR removes the cube...solved. The bag is empty, everything is clean. MIRACLE!

What's included:

  • RD360 handmade gimmick
  • A regular RD Regular Cube (the first cube designed especially for magicians
  • A set of stickers (including plenty of extras)
  • Full video instructions
  • Access to a thriving Facebook group for all Rubik's Dream and RD360 members.

"BEST Rubik's Cube utility device I have ever seen. I'm adding it into my show today!" Steven Brundage
“I LOVE all of Henry’s work. It’s beautiful, visual, and practical. I can’t wait for RD360” Shin Lim
“RD360 is definitely one of the best answer. The audience will feel a real magical moment.” Takamiz Usui
“Henry Harrius does it again! The 360° shell makes Rubik’s cube magic so deceptive while making it so simple to perform.” Karl Hein
"This is AMAZING! A perfect solution that opens up new doors for Cube Magic.. Bravo! " Nicholas Lawrence
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James Capobianco

For $155 you don't get a DVD. For the time and effort that goes into producing the "online" demo, they could make a DVD and include it. What happens when the "online" demo is no longer supported? The only way to convince manufacturers to include a DVD is to stop buying products when DVDs aren't included.

 

Peter Anderson

To the reviewer above: I don't have a DVD player. I welcome this as a download so that everyone can access it, and download it to their computer. I've placed my order!

 

Wisdom Kim

Well, although I understand your frustration, DVD format will eventually disappear within the next few years as VHS did IMO. People just don't buy DVDs anymore...

 

John Hinton

HANDS ON REVIEW:
So Henry sent me an advanced copy of Rubik's 360 a while ago and I have loved playing with it! I has so many possibilities!
To be fair you will see my name listed in the bonus routines...but I did not receive any compensation from Henry for this project. After seeing what I came up with he asked me if I would be willing to add it into the bonus material. Also, I am a full time professional magician. Tricks for video only are super fun, but I work in front of real people every week . I need something that can be used show after show that looks as good as the "For Video Only" tricks. I think Rubiks 360 is this powerful!

First thing I noticed when playing with Rubiks 360 is the same quality that came with the original Rubik's Dream! (and works with the same standard RD regular cube that Rubik’s Dream does) It look so insanely real that I now have no problems pouring out the S***L into a spectator's hand or even letting the spectator pull it out of the bag themselves (as seen on the trailer). Honestly the gimmick looks so real that when I see it next to normal cubes on my desk I don't know which is which until I pick them up!

My favorite thing about Rubiks 360 though is the locking system. It is such an ingenious idea that I don't know why it hasn't come out before!! When engaged you can throw everything in the air without any worries.

The 8 featured routines by Henry on the tutorial are a combination of classic ideas (and now finally made available to everyone...whether you are a finger flicker one hand solver or have no concept of how to solve a cube) and some new incredible ideas (also available to both sets of people!) This new incredible system in my opinion has opened rubik's cube magic to the general hobby-ist as much as the "enchanted cube" did back in the 70s. I plan to teach and let my 7 year old perform with it very soon!

Like I said this new gimmick means that you do not have to know how to solve a cube at all to perform it!! However, if you want to learn Henry suggests a great how that will teach you.

The 3 bonus routines are amazing...BUT the best is the AKIRA SOLVE!!! It looks like how a super genius superhero on a movie would solve a rubik's cube...where everyone would claim they used CGI or something! Just as amazing as the Block Solve (that was featured on Rubik's Dream)...This is an incredible instant solve...if you are willing to put in the work! I have performed it now in over 20 shows and the only draw back I can see so far is that everyone believes that you are using a gimmicked cube. Easiest way to solve that is to simply hand them the cube. Granted when I performed this in my local club I had one member convinced for 20 mins that I had switched the cube or something. It is knuckle busting sleight of hand that is worth the hours of practice put in!

So whether you are a full time professional like myself who is willing to put in the hard core practice for the crazy finger flicking stuff....or if you are simply a hobby-ist who wants to mess with a couple friends' minds at your house...I can fully recommend Rubiks 360!

 

Richard McKeithan

I have pre-ordered RD 360 and have downloaded and watched the instructions. The routines are well taught and really strong. I'm going to enjoy performing the routines, and getting into my creative mode to come up with my own routines.

The only criticism I have is the ad-copy does not mention that you must make a decision for the type of routines you want to perform before setting up the gimmick. There is the solved state and the matching state. It is not practical to try and switch between the two. To perform all of the routines taught on the video it is probably best to have two of the gimmicks.

This is a great product and I am really looking forward to immersing myself developing more mind-blowing routines.

Here's hoping replacement gimmicks will be available in the future so it won't be necessary to buy two complete sets to perform all of the routines.

Rick McKeithan

 

Gregory Zentz

The RD360 is the perfect utility device for your Rubik’s Cube performance. It’s quality is as advertised. It is just like holding a real cube. It comes with a game cube, which has been modified to work with the gimmick. The video is very well done and informative. It’s a download which I am coming to prefer over DVDs. I’m guesstimating the cost of this package is less than 20 bucks. However, with that said, the price point at $155 is excellent. A Magician must understand that there is a price to pay for quality magic. You are purchasing an idea, which I could only imagine, had a lot of trial and error to give us this final product, which I consider a piece of art. It’s not necessary, but for me, I will be ordering another one to complete my performance. But I do not want to pay less for the second one as a “replacement gimmick”. The high price keeps it in the hands of serious magicians, and not the unworthy.
Gregory Zentz

 

Ken Gross

The idea is great, but the manufacturing quality of the gimmick is rubbish, the lid has imperfections tthat make the stickers look like they have bubbles in them.

No real Rubiks cubes look like that. I showed it to one person and they said it was not the same cube.

 

Richard Tuckerman

Although I favor Rubik's Cube routines where the cube(s) never go out of site, if the use of a paper bag or other container is not a deterrent for you, the 360 Edition is the way to go. The very fact that the cube can be handled, if not examined, by audience members and that the cube can be twisted ABSOLUTELY and WORDLESSLY rules out the possibility of a shell. Subtle and ingenious!

 

Marlin James

For the ongoing debate over preference of DVD's vs online videos, in my opinion the biggest factor is whether the online video is allowed to be DOWNLOADED and SAVED or not. Some claim DVD's will go away, and I'm sure they will eventually, but the ideal thing would be to provide a dvd AND a download, or at least a choice between the 2. However most importantly if the mfr chooses to provide ONLY an online video, is if that video can be downloaded and saved!!!! If I purchase an item, I want to know for sure that the video will be available years down the road, for my own use or if I decide to re-sell the item. If a video can be downloaded and saved to my computer, I can then store it for future use or even burn it to my own dvd if I choose. But if they secure the video against download and only allow you to watch it while streaming, that removes the ability to ensure it will ALWAYS be available. I've been in situations where I needed quick access to a video to reference something in it during times that internet access was not available, and it's not unheard of for online videos to simply no longer be available after a while. That is a disservice to the customer if a permanent copy was not made available.

 

Francisco Cruz

I bought RD last year and i was blown away but now this version came and its the best rubiks cube tool i have ever seen works perfectfly and looks like a real cube now dont listen the bad reviews for example people that say it doesnt look like a cube thats rubish it does and you as a magician need to convince and make effort so you can perform good henry and VI did and awesome job

 

Marc DeSouza

I just love Rubik's Dream - Three Sixty Edition. I have the original and felt it was a great idea and really well made, but I was a bit uneasy about the pieces staying together. I had to be a bit too careful in the revelation. Those problems have all gone away with the release of this new version.
Henry's instructions are terrific and allowed me to put it into my show almost immediately. I am using the two cube version with the paper bag and it is getting tremendous reactions from every audience I have performed it for.
I love Rubik Cube magic and have purchased most versions and DVD's that have been released. I can easily say the this product is the best stand-alone version out there, especially for those of us who are not real cube solvers. It is so good that it has inspired me to actually learn how to really solve a cube, so I can enhance this routine even more. I can't recommend this highly enough!

 

Travis Bernhardt

I've used this a couple of times on stage, and had great results. It does exactly what it's supposed to.

The only question is whether or not it's better than the (more expensive) Easy Cube gimmick. I own and use both, and I prefer the Easy Cube gimmick for anything where the spectator handles the cube — it's just a thinner, more convincing shell — but for stage purposes I have used the RD360 in combination with the original RD to create routines I can't do with the Easy Cube gimmick even if I had two of them (because the original RD has properties that the RD360 and Easy Cube gimmick don't have).

The cubes that work with the RD shells are slightly bigger than the Easy Cube cubes. Because Vanishing Inc sells them easily and cheaply, you can build up a system of gimmicks (incorporate that other four sided shell that somebody makes... Perfect Square, I think?) and extra cubes (make your own Enchanted Cubes, for example) to create a wider variety of routines.

So I would say that the RD stuff is more flexible and expandable if you're looking to create original routines. But Easy Cube does the specific thing it does a little better, especially for close up or situations where the spectator handles the cube.

This is a very good product, though, with no real downsides.

 

Nicholas Chung

Rubiks Cube magic has come a long way since 'The Enchanted Cube' and the first time that I saw Garrett Thomas do a Rubiks Cube Effect on 'Inside the Mind of Garrett Thomas' Volume 1.

With Rubiks Dream (RD) and Rubiks Dream 360 (RD360) you can do almost all the existing past and current Rubiks effects out there, and you don't need to learn to how to solve a cube. Having said that I would suggest that you do so that it gives your performance a sense of realism and credibility. The RD was good in its day before RD360 came along in that you could show all 6 sides (really 5 and a pseudo 6th). With RD360 you can do the same effect but genuinely show all 6 sides solved.

There are pros and cons to every effect. The only con I see is that the both RD and RD360 require a bag or some means of cover to do the solve. As opposed to another product on the market 'Perfect Square' which does not need a bag. However with 'Perfect Square' you cannot show all 6 sides of the cube.

My routine:
To justify the use of the bag I use the 'Sucker Solve' (which does use a bag) with RD360 not as a blatant sucker effect but as a joke on me - having shown a bag and asking the audience to guess what is inside you take out your cube pass it round the audience to be mixed then say you will solve it not with your hands but with your mind and you don't even need to see it. Put it in the bag do the Sucker Solve. Show the cube has been solved. Of course the audience don't believe you and you show the other cube (RD360) still messed up. It is important here to put in some 'time misdirection'. You can do a couple effects from Cube3 or CubeFX (get these - highly recommended) with the regular cube like the 'Imagination Solve' and employ a 'False Shuffle' to make it appear more mixed than it really is. Solve it. The finale comes when you claim you will solve the cube one more time. Unbenownst to the audience you mix the cube to the same pattern as the RD360 - Claim you have solved the cube. The audience will look at you quizzically then show that ALL 6 sides of both the regular cube and RD360 match - A miracle !!! As an encore if this pattern was the 'Akira Solve' you can prove that you can solve it in an instant.

One advantage I see RD has over RD360 is with the mini-cube set. With that you can do 'Rubiks Nightmare' or one of my favourites the cube to smarties (if in the UK) or skittles (or what have you). There is a cuteness factor and the ladies love it.

The 'real' downside is that I would like to have two RD360s one in a solved state and the other in a special pattern be it the 'Akira Solve' pattern or the 'Instant Solve' pattern from Cube3, without the need to buy the entire package again. Do second shells come at a cheaper price ?

I must say that credit should go to Takamitsu Usui for his wonderful DVD 'The Cube' that indirectly started the craze. Indirectly because most would be familiar with Steven Brundage's Cube3 which made Rubiks Cube magic popular through his appearance on 'Penn & Teller Fool Us'. He has since acknowledged credit to Takamitsu Usui.