It's about as practical as any other language these days, it runs on practically any computer or phone you might want, and you can use the internet to share applications to anyone with a browser. (No downloads, no installs.)
(Note: I'm collaborating on a...
Yeah, I've been working with Tom on interoperable standards for puzzles/moves/algs.
I'd like to generalize SiGN notation, which has
Pretty intuitive semantics for cubes: https://mzrg.com/rubik/nota.shtml
A syntax with a fairly nice (and generalizable) grammar...
Like Mike says, usually through video evidence. But occasionally through (claimed) reconstructions.
The WCA database contains scrambles, which are available in the export.
(Other sites like Cubing China make it easy to find them.)
Congratulations, this is pretty impressive! I love the idea for transparent three-axis cupped turning boxes.
I've added your robot to https://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/index.php/List_of_cube_solving_robots
Does it have a name, and can you tell us more about the solving algorithm it is using...
As cited by others here, 11a2 covers interference in general, with precedent for awarding extras when there is very distracting applause (and it's clear you're not trying to abuse this purely to get an extra attempt):
See the Guidelines: