Uwe Mèffert avatar

Uwe Mèffert (Inventor) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

love 1,658 FANS LOVE
🎉 Countdown to Uwe Mèffert's birthday 🎂
  • -- Days
  • -- Hours
  • -- Minutes
  • -- Seconds

About Uwe Mèffert

Inventor Uwe Mèffert was born on November 28, 1939 in Wernigerode, Germany (He's 84 years old now).

A German game engineer known primarily for his much sought-after rotating, mechanical puzzles. His first such puzzle was the Pyraminx released in 1981 to international success. The Pyraminx could be described as a pyramid shaped Rubik's cube. He would later collaborate with other engineers and designers to market a dodecahedron puzzle called the t the Megaminx, the cubed design Skewb that its axes of rotation pass through the corners creating diamond and triangle shapes for manipulation of the user, and his other most popular creation the Skewb Diamond, an octahedron or double polyhedron combination puzzle. The Skewb Diamond is basically comprised of two Skewbs connected on with rotation that bisect the two to make one grander puzzle that boasts over 138K possible arrangements.

All information about Uwe Mèffert can be found in this post. It will clarify Uwe Mèffert's info: biography, age, facts, income, family, husband & breakup of Uwe Mèffert...

Uwe Mèffert before becoming famous

Uwe Mèffert was born in the Zodiac sign Sagittarius (The Centaur/Archer), and 1939 is also the year of Rabbit (兔) in the Chinese Zodiac.

He found polyhedral shapes soothing and assistive in meditation even believing that shapes such as cubes, pyramids, and others might influence the flow of energy, such a Qi, within the body. He considered his first polyhedra, a pyramid made of balsa wood, soothing. He worked with his brother, an engineer, to create a mechanized version that would allow a combination of symmetrical slices to move relative to one another, combined together to make one rotational puzzle in the same pyramid shape. This first prototype was created in the early to mid 1970s. However, in 1980 another inventors' polyhedra (the Hungarian Ernő Rubik's Cube) would make an international splash leading him to bring his designs to Japan to join forces with toymakers there to launch his puzzle: the Pyraminx. It would sell over 10M units that first year and move more than 90M units over its first three years of production.

Achievement of Uwe Mèffert

He and his associates created and marketed more than 100 different three dimensional mechanical rotating puzzles. He would also dedicate much of his time and energy to studying human and animal nutrition throughout the Australia-East Asian region having completed studies and education in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

Uwe Mèffert's Family, Spouse, Dating and Relationship

His parents were Otto Oscar Wilhelm Rudolph Mèffert and Emmy Johanna Frieda Von-Vorkauf. He lived most of his adult life in Hong Kong where he met and married his wife, Jing. They had three children together. He died in 2022 due to complications from the Covid-19 virus.

Uwe Mèffert Collabed with

His, Rubik's, and other polyhedral puzzle creations are fun sport amongst YouTube Rubik's Cube enthusiasts channels such as YouTube Star TheProgrammingCuber.

Uwe Mèffert Income & Net worth

Uwe Mèffert's income mainly comes from the work that created his reputation: an inventor. Information about his net worth in 2024 is being updated as soon as possible by allfamous.org, you can contact to tell us Net Worth of the Uwe Mèffert.

Uwe Mèffert Height and Weight

How tall is Uwe Mèffert? Information about Uwe Mèffert height in 2024 is being updated as soon as possible by AllFamous.org. Or you can contact us to let us know how tall of Uwe Mèffert.

People also ask about Uwe Mèffert

What is Uwe Mèffert's real name?

When is Uwe Mèffert's birthday?

How old is Uwe Mèffert?

Where is Uwe Mèffert from?

When was Uwe Mèffert born?

Reference: Wikipedia, Tiktok, Youtube, Instagram and Twitter.

Latest information about Uwe Mèffert updated on March 23 2023.