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Don't let appearances deceive you! Although it looks like a simple frame, this object doesn't like to stay put. On even a slight incline, this figure, based on the symmetry of a cube, can wobble around, seemingly with a life--and mind--of its own. Related to the sphericon, this figure maintains its center of mass at a fixed height off of the table surface during the entirety of its meandering motion. Unlike the sphericon, this model has two disjoint rolling surfaces, each of which produces a meandering motion that wiggles around in loops for a theoretically infinite number of cycles. Great for demonstrating the center of mass without ever running out of space!