Transforming Folding Cube

This single cube transformation is beautiful. It consists of 12 individual pyramids and can transform into six different shapes (including the original cube). It’s also possible to join several cubes together to form even more diverse shapes. I find it mesmerising to watch, and would love to get my hands on one or four of them to play about with. It seems so simple, yet so complex at the same time.

Head on over to to find out more information about these HyperQBS. Onwards!

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3 Responses to Transforming Folding Cube

  1. Donna says:

    Do you (or anyone else) have instruction on how to make these? I love it! Is it paper or something else?

    • Wedge7 says:

      Looks like pretty stiff paper / cardboard with magnets to keep its shape. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to make one! I put a link above to the HyperQBS page, so it looks like you can buy them from the guy who makes them (Andreas Hoenigschmid).

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