Actually Rubik's cube is an amazing puzzle to solve. If you like figuring out things on your own and don't mind wasting few days or weeks I'd suggest to not search for an existing method.
I learned from an online tutorial and the chance to figure it out myself is gone.
However if your goal is...
Yes to the first two paragraphs.
But VR simulators do track a lot of small fast moving pieces and their view is often obstructed. In full body VR a person has several points on head, legs, torso and arms and they are being tracked in real-time at relatively high fps.
I think the only reliable solution to make any cube i-cube is to record a cube with a camera and write some software to convert video to a move sequence. This kind of problem of tracking fast moving items in real time is very similar to what full experience VR simulators do and the
Ok, So now the lottery.
I suggest that someone select 1 coupon from each category. We start with prize 3) then 4) then 5). If someone who already won a prize is selected we draw again.
Anyone is welcome to draw. If two people draw at the same time then whichever post shows here first counts.
No, I meant 1 hour.
Thanks to everyone who participated.
Congrats to @CuberStache for winning Prize 2. Please contact me for your voucher.
I will count the scores and do the lottery later this week for the remaining 3 prizes.
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So nxn cubing is like cooking.
2x2 is like Cooking for yourself. It's relatively easy.
3x3 is like Cooking for your family. Kinda similar but requires more skill and knowledge.
4x4 is like Cooking Christmas dinner for you and your...