神業!ジャグリングをしながらルービックキューブを完成させる 【動画】

面白動画を紹介するウェブサイト<viralviralvideos.com>では、 1人の青年が"フツーに会話しながらジャグリングし、さらにルービックキューブを完成させる"という離れワザを披露した動画がヤバいと話題になっている。

もともとジャグリングが趣味だというラヴィさん。なぜか彼は、そこにルービックキューブを組み合わせるという芸を思いついたようで...。

【動画】ジャグリングにルービックキューブを盛り込んだラヴィさんのスーパー・テクニック


2月27日に公開されたこの動画は、わずか1週間あまりで約300万の再生回数を記録。2万3,000以上の好評価を獲得している。

カメラが回っている1分30秒ほどの間に、この離れワザをサクッとやってみせたラヴィさんの頭の中は一体どんな構造になっているのだろうか...。

(参照元:viralviralvideos.com)

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