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Cube Solver: The Most Comprehensive Rubik's Cube Solution Site.

Start by selecting the most suitable view for you with the little tabs above the cube. The default 3D view can be customized, setting transparent front faces or you can lift the hidden faces. Rotate the cube with the arrows or swiping the screen.

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When the scrambled colors are properly configured and are matching your Rubik's Cube click the Solve command to get the solution. The cube solver will alert you if your configuration is not correct.

Let's start with the white face. Try to form a plus sign on the top of the cube, matching the colors of the side stickers to the colors of the lateral centers. This step shouldn't be too hard, try to do this without reading the examples below.

Turn your cube upside down because we don't need to work with the white face anymore. We can insert an edge piece from the top-front position to the middle layer using a trick. Do the left or right algorithm depending on which side you have to insert the piece:

1. Hold the cube in your hand having an unsolved yellow corner in the highlighted top-right-front position. 2. Repeat the algorithm until this piece is solved.3. Turn the top layer to bring another unsolved piece in the highlighted position.4. Repeat R' D' R D until that one is also solved.5. Do 3 and 4 for any other unsolved yellow corner.

The solver uses client side scripts and is functional in most common web browsers without any additional extension. If the program doesn't respond please make sure that scripts are enabled on your browser. For iPhone, Android or other mobile users with a small screen resolution the program automatically switches to a smaller view to fit your device. The site uses cookies to enhance the user experience.

You have to set the colors of your scrambled cube, press the Solve button and the program will show you the steps (rotations) needed to get it fixed. There are three different views to choose from, select the one you like the most.

The program is working with any color scheme which uses these six colors: white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. It doesn't matter if the colors are not in this order on your cube because the program automatically determines the color settings according to the middle pieces. Unfortunately only a layer-by-layer solution is available if your cube is not using the classic color scheme.

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There are many ways to set up the scrambled cube. You can pick a color on the palette, then paste it on one of the fields. You can also do multiple clicks on a field to change its color. Generate a random scramble, and reset the cube to the solved position with the Reset button. Apply any basic rotation by clicking on one of the permutation buttons or by pressing the corresponding buttons on your keyboard: R, L, U, D, F and B. Drag a field with your mouse and rotate in the desired direction. Under the permutation buttons you can see the description of each button to help you understand what they mean.

After you set a valid scramble you can try to solve it online using the rotation buttons, or click the Solve button and the program will show you the solution. Please be patient because depending on your internet connection and computer configuration this can take a while. When the program finds the steps it might ask you to reorient the puzzle in your hands because it will always solve the cube starting from the bottom layer.

Please double check your puzzle when the solver says Invalid scramble. You might have swapped one or more pieces. Go back to the scramble page and try to find the problem. If the program throws this error many times in a row then your cube might have been assembled in an unsolvable configuration. In this case you have to take it apart and build it in the solved state.

After the orientation is right go ahead and apply the rotations given by the online Rubik's Cube solver. Respect the initial orientation, and make all the rotations right because if you miss one or make a wrong turn you end up with a scrambled cube. Be careful with the double turns which mean a 180 degree turn of a face. These are marked with x2. You can play back the solution with the desired speed or click through the steps one by one any time you want. If you don't understand what the letters mean then click on them to see the illustration. For this to work you have to activate the Animate rotations feature with the allocated checkbox. You might also find useful the Rubik's Cube Notation page where you can find a detailed explanation about what the letters mean in the solution algorithm. A YouTube video is also available to demonstrate the operation of this program.

The online Rubik's Cube image generator could create jpg, png and gif pictures but now its simplified version is creating only .svg files. Another useful feature of this online application is that you can save the scrambled cube as an image in svg format with a few clicks. To give this a try click the Generate Image button. Once the picture is generated you have to close and open it again if you make changes to the configuration.

Functions for visualizing, animating, solving and analyzing the Rubik's cube. Includes data structures forsolvable and unsolvable cubes, random moves and random state scrambles and cubes, 3D displays and animations using 'OpenGL', patterned cube generation, and lightweight solvers. See Rokicki, T. (2008) for theKociemba solver. is India's leading cubestore. We started back in 2014 with a mission to provide one stop solution to all your speed-cubing needs. We are trusted and loved by 1 million + cubers across the country. We hope you will enjoy the shopping experience with us.Happy Cubing!

PrimeCuber software consists of a number of projects. Only the first is required. The others are optional and may be omitted or downloaded later: The main project,, contains code andsmall lookup tables to scan, solve and scramble a cube.

The program starts in solve mode. In this mode it will solve any cube that is inserted into the turntable. An alternative scramble mode can be selected in which it will scramble any cube that is inserted into the turntable.

PrimeCuber may scan the cube up to three times if it is unable to determine the colors at first. If the scanned colors do not result in a valid pattern, PrimeCuber will stop after the third attempt with the middle button colored orange. If this happens, there may be a number of possible causes. See the troubleshooting section.

The scramble algorithm uses a random state to ensure that all possible scrambled states are equally likely (similar to the method used by the World Cube Association for competitions). The number of moves will be approximately the same as for solving a cube so the scramble will be faster if the large lookup tables have been installed.

The method used to calculate a solution for the cube is based on some pre-calculated lookup tables containintg sequences of moves that solve groups of pieces in stages. The default, small tables included in the PrimeCuber-v2p0 program result in solutions averaging about 42 moves. By using a larger set of lookup tables with more entries, shorter solutions can be caltulated with an average only about 31 moves. With fewer moves, the overall time to solve the cube is reduced. These large tables are contained in the PCMTab4-v2p0-*.llsp3 projects and can be installed on the hub by downloading and running all the projects PCMTab4-v2p0-0 to PCMTab4-v2p0-39 in sequence.

Genetic programming, a method of developing code using evolutionary principles in a computer simulation, can theoretically be applied to any problem. This work explores the applicability of genetic programming to the generating a human-readable set of rules that could be used to solve the cube. This involved developing a language to describe solutions to the cube as a series of rules, an algorithm to process those rules, and a fitness function to describe how good a possible solution is. Because of the high dimensionality of the problem, the difficulty in creating a good fitness function, and the need to develop both good rules and good solutions simultaneously, the ultimate goal was not achieved. However, through the effort to apply genetic programming to develop a Rubikâs Cube solver, valuable information was gathered on what needs to be done for such an attempt to be successful.

I have been trying to find an implementation of Korf's Rubik's cube solving algorithm in python as I am making a project where I am comparing algorithm efficiency. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find any implementation so far, does anyone have any examples of Korf's algorithm in Python?

Korf's algorithm is not the best method for an optimal solver for Rubik's cube. It is far better to implement an algorithm which exploits the symmetries of the cube which leads to smaller sizes of the pruning tables. Michael Reid's optimal solver algorithm is best suited. It uses phase 1 of the two-phase algorithm (which can exploit 16 cube symmetries) in three different directions to exploit all 48 cube symmetries. The pruning depth for IDA* is considerably higher than with Korf's method on average.

Krishnam Raju Gadiraju (born 24 May 1989)[1] is an accomplished Indian speedcuber[2][3] and unicyclist.[4] He is a six-time world record holder[5] and the first Indian to ever set a world record in speedcubing and unicycling.[4]

On 19 October 2014, Gadiraju solved 2,176 rubik's cubes with one hand in 24 hours and entered into the Guinness World Records.[5] On 19 October 2016, Gadiraju achieved his second Guinness World Record title after he solved 170 rubik's cubes on a unicycle, beating the former record of 117 cubes held by Owen Farmer, USA.[5][6] Gadiraju held the world record for the fastest time to solve the Soma cube.[3] On 19 October 2017, with a time of 53.86 seconds, Gadiraju broke the world record for the fastest time to complete two Rubik's cubes simultaneously underwater.[7] One year later, he solved a Gear Cube in a world record time of 3.79 seconds and a Rubik's Magic blindfolded in 2.99 seconds, also a world record.[5]

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