|Re: Bram's Cube [message #5104 is a reply to message #5101 ] Thu, 02 July 2009 20:48 UTC
The top face can make quarter turns in relation to the bottom face. The gears are then following at half speed, i.e. one eight turn per quarter turn of the top face.
The side faces can only make half turns. In that respect, the movement is more limited than a true 2x2x2 Rubik's Cube.
I hope the YouTube clip provides some clarification.