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How To Design The Best Speedcubing Trainer With Learning Intelligence? [Part 1]

Goldsmith

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These were the questions I asked at the end:
  1. Do you imagine it being a good user experience to learn two sided recognition through the learning order that was presented here?
    • What about if it was used to learn PLL from scratch, "skipping" three- or four-sided recognition?
    • If no, can you think of a different order that could help achieve this?
  2. What do you think of people learning PLL for the first time just learning one two-sided case of each PLL first and then afterwards learning the recognition groups to reduce ambiguity?
  3. What about allowing people not comfortable with two-sided recognition to see three or four sides of the cube in the trainer?
  4. Are there any other thoughts that came up about the app while you were watching this video?
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abunickabhi

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Interesting video!

I think users can start training for 2-sided PLL recognition from the start.

You had posted a similar thread in the software category a few weeks ago right?
 

Goldsmith

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Hi again @abunickabhi yes I did! This is for the next steps that I'm starting to develop, and also just seeing if I can create a culture around the product of community input to help shape design decisions :D.

And great to hear your input! I'd really love if it as a design feature if I could make only 2-sided work!
 

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Interesting video, and from what I can gather seems to be a unique but potentially cubing-changing application for learning intelligence!
 

Goldsmith

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Interesting video, and from what I can gather seems to be a unique but potentially cubing-changing application for learning intelligence!
I really hope so! Can't wait to finish implementing it and hopefully also at that point when it's more mature having it seen by more people!
 
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