@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)
Hi,Perfectly (your english, I think, is more than acceptable; any case, I'm spaniard).I was thinking on advicing you to do so (entering the cube "state" by hand, then concentrating on the problem of solving it: good idea).Last week I watched a video on a robot solving the cube: if you have the movement problem solved (I mean, you have written and tested the routines to turn the whole cube so that it is in the position you want and to rotate the end "stage" -I dont know how to refer to the 9 small cubes that are in one top of the cube-, your problem is just the logic to solve the cube -the data inside the program to keep track of the cube state has to be a little tricky, but nothing unsolvable).I told you to look for a book ... Have you googled for that?. Sure you can find miriads of WEBs ...Regards
I'm not sure of the (supposed) scope of the OP project
Hi, I have read forum during those last 2 hours.I think I will not be ready on time with my project.I am very confused because I see all kinds of programs in the forum and I don't really know what they are for.. I have no experience in programming... So I was very confused when I saw all those programs on the forum
I am the OP
Excuse me, in fact I am here a newcomer ...
is it possible to program a "blind" solution once you've got the actual state (I mean, the robot does not see how the cube evolves as it moves it)?
This is a "blind" solutionOnce color recognition is performed, webcam (or smartphone camera) is not used anymore for cube solving
hi kas, i already have all the parts 3d printed and i have all the servos and the bluetooth arduino board, i only need the android app so if you can send me the app i would be grateful.
And i am having a problem compiling and uploading to the board the CubeMover13_posted code, i get the exit status 1 error
36 pages of posts!This is post #533! Any videos somewhere?
Hi,Thanks.Such a case, the guy that intends to enter the cube initial state "by hand" is in the right way ...I mean, if he has the routines to manipulate the cube tested, then everything he has to do is to program the algorithm, isn't it?.
Yes, user just enter the solution using Singmaster notation, Arduino will 'blindly' solve the cubeHe does not need to program the solving algorithm, it's built in Cube Explorer
Curiosity again: How Singmaster notation is translated to C++?
Which board are you using ??Let me have more info re this 'exit status 1 error'