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Video Solving The JAPANESE BINARY Puzzle Box!! - 32 Moves!

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  • - What's up guys?
  • I'm gonna show you,
  • I'm gonna show you something really interesting.
  • This ...
  • Obi.
  • What are you doing?
  • You wanna come see a magic trick?
  • This is Obi.
  • Obi look.
  • See this pen?
  • See this pen?
  • Now this, Obi, yeah, this distorts reality.
  • You can see that?
  • Now watch this.
  • I'm gonna make the pen actually invisible.
  • Now you can see my fingers,
  • and this is not a camera trick.
  • This is exactly what you're seeing in real life.
  • You can see my fingers through there,
  • but as you see I can start to distort reality
  • using this little piece of plastic.
  • You can kind of see it get distorted here.
  • You see how that's distorting?
  • Watch this.
  • And now the pen is also distorted.
  • Look at that.
  • Obi, look at that.
  • Are you not amazed?
  • Are you not impressed?
  • Are you not impressed?
  • Do you like magic?
  • Okay, alright.
  • Oh, go follow my dog on Instagram.
  • It's @goodboyobi.
  • He'll be happy, right Obi?
  • You'll be happy?
  • Yo what's up guys?
  • Welcome back.
  • Hope you enjoyed that intro.
  • By the way, if you guys wanna learn that trick,
  • that is Lubor's Lens.
  • I'll try and find the link and leave it below.
  • Really neat physics trick
  • that acts as a magic trick as well.
  • I've been absent for a few days.
  • I didn't post on Monday.
  • I know, I'm already straying from my schedule,
  • but I'm back on schedule now.
  • I had a bit of a fever, wasn't feeling so good,
  • so I would rather skip those days
  • so I could be back in top shape, and top form.
  • (grunts)
  • Especially today, because we're looking at
  • a rather complicated puzzle.
  • This is the binary puzzle box, by Karakuri Creation Group.
  • Now the Karakuri Creation Group in Japan
  • is a collection of puzzle creators,
  • Japanese puzzle creators,
  • who handcraft all of these puzzles.
  • This puzzle requires 32 moves to solve successfully.
  • It has a binary sequence,
  • which means that there is a pattern.
  • It's not just random shifting and solving.
  • It's actually a pattern,
  • and I'm guessing once you discover that pattern,
  • it becomes a lot easier and more comprehensible.
  • If you want to solve it for yourself,
  • I'll leave the link below.
  • They're not cheap.
  • They're about $150.
  • There you can check it out.
  • If not, you can check out all the other puzzles
  • on Art of Play or Puzzle Master.
  • That's where I get all of my puzzles.
  • I'll leave those links below.
  • So many links below today,
  • but let's get into solving this binary puzzle box.
  • This is the binary puzzle box.
  • Looks simple enough.
  • Now every side of this puzzle shifts.
  • It has 32 moves to open.
  • So to help me identify what side is which,
  • I've cut out a bunch of numbers
  • that we're gonna use to label each side
  • and help us sort of remember this pattern,
  • and maybe hopefully discover this pattern,
  • to be able to open this box.
  • The first thing we're gonna do,
  • is check out all the sides,
  • to make sure to find the one that slides.
  • So this one slides.
  • Let's just put that back,
  • to see if there's another one that also slides.
  • So nope.
  • That is the only one, and I'm going to label ...
  • Sorry.
  • I had a timer out, didn't start it, there we go.
  • I'm going to label the first one as obviously one.
  • Now, one was the only one that was sliding open.
  • Hopefully this, uh, there we go.
  • Now we have number two.
  • We're gonna label that as number two.
  • Boosh.
  • And now because number one and two are slid apart,
  • are there any, will any of these slide?
  • And the answer is no.
  • Here we are.
  • So here's our first pattern.
  • One moves, two moves.
  • I'm guessing one goes back,
  • and now this is where the next one slides open.
  • I'm not sure that that's a full move.
  • Maybe it is.
  • (light music)
  • Yeah.
  • And this we're going to label as number three.
  • So so far the pattern has been one, two, one, three.
  • I'm assuming we're gonna go back to one here.
  • Let's try.
  • One.
  • Maybe two again.
  • Put the one back.
  • That's not really working out, okay.
  • Get the one back up.
  • Huh.
  • (light music)
  • Oh now the one's stuck.
  • Oh no it's not, okay.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • I would say one again.
  • One, four?
  • That sounds like an obvious pattern,
  • but doesn't seem to be it.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • (light music)
  • One.
  • Three.
  • One, four?
  • (light music)
  • One, two?
  • No, now we're back to the beginning, okay.
  • (laughter)
  • Okay.
  • Alright.
  • So one, two, one, three.
  • Maybe, okay two doesn't move anymore.
  • Okay, so that does leave us with one.
  • One.
  • Two.
  • One.
  • Four, boom.
  • Ooh, that's cool.
  • One, two, one, three,
  • one, two, one, four.
  • So far.
  • See if any of the other ones move.
  • No.
  • Okay.
  • One, two, one, three, one, four.
  • I mean, naturally, one ...
  • Wait, one, two, one, three,
  • one ...
  • How did two go back down?
  • One, two, one, three, one, two, one, four?
  • One, two.
  • One, three.
  • One, two.
  • One, five?
  • Yeah, wow, okay.
  • Here we go.
  • That's actually really cool.
  • One, two, one, five.
  • So therefore, it would have to be one,
  • one is like the catalyst here.
  • One.
  • Four goes back, no?
  • Oh.
  • Okay, one, two.
  • One, three.
  • One, two, one,
  • four.
  • One.
  • Two.
  • One.
  • One.
  • Three.
  • Three.
  • One, two, one, six, so let's go.
  • Yeah.
  • Oh that's it.
  • Boom.
  • Damn boy.
  • (laughter)
  • That's actually awesome.
  • Alright, I'm actually pretty stoked
  • that I was able to figure out a binary pattern logically,
  • and not just randomly.
  • Hoorah.
  • That's actually really pug dude.
  • Look at that.
  • Look at the intricate inside of this thing.
  • Can you believe that?
  • Good thing I numbered them as well.
  • Otherwise there would be no figuring it out.
  • Let me put a last number on that little guy over here.
  • Yeah, otherwise randomly, this would take you ages to open.
  • On the site, Dan and Dave said it took them three days.
  • Because this was a binary puzzle code,
  • that does give it away a bit,
  • so there is a sequence to follow.
  • And I think logically, so let's try and close this up,
  • and see if we can actually get this to close.
  • Now which side does this go on?
  • Hold on.
  • I think this goes like so, yeah.
  • That'd be cool if it just closed up.
  • Alright, so six.
  • So now we got one, two, one, three,
  • one, two, one, four,
  • one ...
  • No, that's supposed to be five, oops.
  • No, four, one, two, one,
  • three, one, two, one,
  • oh what?
  • No no no, you're supposed to close.
  • There you go, five.
  • And now we're on four, so we go backwards.
  • One, two, one, three,
  • one, two, one, four.
  • Now we're on three.
  • And going back again,
  • that's one, two, one, three,
  • one, two, one, there we go, we're back.
  • I mean, one, two I don't have to really ...
  • See there, two's locked, and now whatever.
  • Boom baby.
  • That is the binary puzzle.
  • I'm really quite happy that I figured that out that quickly.
  • I was, I literally blocked off my day,
  • assuming that this would take me a lot longer.
  • Really glad it did not.
  • Binary puzzle.
  • I swear to you, if this was named
  • the mystery secret puzzle box,
  • I'd be a little bit more concerned,
  • but because of ...
  • Oh, let me stop this.
  • Because of the fact that it is a binary system,
  • there's a number system,
  • it just made sense to me to put labels on this.
  • I don't think that's cheating.
  • I think that that's ...
  • That helps me solve the puzzle.
  • I think I would have solved it anyways,
  • it would probably just take me a lot longer
  • had I not numbered them.
  • Anyways, yeah.
  • I just wanna see, I just wanna see how fast I can do this
  • from start to finish.
  • So, like a Rubik's Cube.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, four.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, five.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, four.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, six.
  • Boom.
  • That took me like 30 seconds.
  • Try it again, let's close it.
  • That's one, two, one, oops.
  • Hold on.
  • One, three.
  • One, two, one, four.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, five.
  • One, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, four.
  • One, come on, two, one, three.
  • One, two, one, there we go, boom.
  • And that took me about 45 seconds.
  • So, boom, I know this puzzle by heart.
  • I am so happy.
  • Yay algorithm.
  • Alright guys, that was it.
  • Honestly, 10 minutes is all it took
  • for me to solve it.
  • I can now do it by heart.
  • I can probably even do it without the stickers.
  • Now the stickers, I don't know if that,
  • maybe you guys can let me know
  • if that's considered cheating.
  • I found with the stickers and the number system,
  • I found it to be really easy and comprehensible,
  • because then I could discover a pattern.
  • Without it, don't know which side is which,
  • so I would really think that this puzzle
  • would be really hard to solve
  • without doing that little trick.
  • That being said, super smart.
  • If you look at the inside of this box,
  • you can see the detail in how they created this,
  • and how does anyone even come up with this?
  • You have the idea, and then you're like,
  • oh, I'm gonna reverse engineer that idea,
  • and make it with my hands,
  • and that is insane to me, so, kudos to the creator.
  • Good place to hide paraphernalia,
  • if you're into that type of thing.
  • Anyways, if you guys like this video,
  • go ahead and like it.
  • Comment below.
  • Also, some really crazy news coming up.
  • I'm going to L.A. for another YouTube Summit.
  • This is something we've done a few times before,
  • with 10 other magicians where we rent a big house,
  • create content together,
  • and that's coming up in the next few weeks,
  • as well as I mentioned on my Instagram,
  • I am currently creating my own headquarters,
  • so a bigger office space,
  • a bigger space for me to work in,
  • and it's coming along rather nicely,
  • and I can't wait to show you guys,
  • so stay tuned for that as well
  • in the next coming weeks.
  • Guys, thank you so much for watching.
  • We'll see you on the next video.
  • Peace.

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