Interview with Jessica Fridrich
-What motivated you to create a new method?
Many of your questions seem to have started with a vision that I sat down
one day and created "the" method. This is not how it happened at all. It
was a long process spread over several years during which the system
was evolving. Numerous speedcubers contributed with individual moves,
ideas, hints, sometimes anonymous people on a bus to school.
Well, this is an interview with Gilles Roux, who is primarily well-known for inventing an efficient 3x3 method and becoming very fast with it. The creator of Roux Method (wiki).
- What motivated you to developed a new method?
I wanted to find a personal way of solving the cube. As simple and efficient as possible.
I was trying to learn the F2L+OLL+PLL algorithm. But because of my limited number of
If your main challenge was to overcome yourself?
In each solve
If the parameter of the humanly possible was you?
How would you deal with the pressure?
He broke 26 World Records in 2011 - the second place, 4.
The best Speedcuber of the history
You should know about what I'm talking
Well, he’s Feliks Zemdegs. This person changed the limits of the Speedcubing. He granted me an interview, about his training,
This is an Interview with Jessica Fridrich – who developed the most used method for Speedcubing - and Zbiginiew Zborowski - that developed the ZZ Method and is one of creators of ZB method.
Two great names of Speedcubing answering questions about Feliks Zemdegs, the current world record holder 3x3, with 5.66 seconds (non-luck solve) and a lot of others WR's.
First I was thinking to make a video, but that interview seems to me more interesting than a video.