Hi Kas,can you please send me the android app you used to solve the cube through the web based server?I'm am now planning on how I'm going to make the cube solver but i want to have all my software ready before i buy the parts for cost reasons.i originally thought of making a color sensor rotate on a servo reading each square individually but it would take alot of time to finish and since i already have an android phone.. it wasn't cost effective.Thanks!
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Hello Kass!I just finished the hadrware part of my project (for school) , the only thing I still need to work on is the final version of the software, altough I have no idea how I should start making this....And I need to handle it in 3 weeks for school Can you write me in a short message or mail how I should begin making this? (I already read the entire forum and didn't find anything useful)Thanks in advance!S
Hi,Guess you need, as first step, knowing the "algorithm" to solve the cube; try looking for a book on it.Another concern is to "read" the actual cube situation to know where to start: perhaps by using those colour recognition LED's ...(Three weeks looks quite constrained ...)Regards
I already read the entire forum and didn't find anything useful
See you what I mean?
If you didn't find anything useful, then I am afraid I can't help you anymorePlease have a second read@vffgaston There is two bot versions (webcam and Android)The algorithm to solve the cube is done by Cube Explorer for the webcam versionfor the Android version, resolution is performed on line using a dedicated web server located in Montreal, Canada (post #1)