Tell us about yourself!
There is an Interface? I just threw some buttons together.Most of my time went into programming the functions to generate the illustrations.At the moment, I am working on an android cubing app. It will include algorithms for the beginner method, OLL and PLL. Then I have already implemented a timer and am currently adding a saving machanism, so you can look up your progress as a speed cuber.I wanted to generate algorithms to scramble the cube and show images with the arrow illustrations, but they would be to small and most of the time look strange.By the way, did you come up with this idea yourself or are there somewhere similar ideas, on how to make cubing algorithms easier to remember?
So, my first prototype is ready and you can try it out here:http://cubing.bplaced.net/If you put an algorithm in the input field and hit enter or space, it should show you a pretty picture, similar to the above ones.It looks strange, if you put in random algorithms, but most algorithms, that you really want to use should look not that bad.
I like this idea to remember the algorithms, but it is a waste to only use it for the beginner method. The only problem I have is that you have to draw all the algorithms down, for example for PLL and OLL later on. Since I didn't find any other source for this kind of Pictures, I decided to write my own program, that can translate algorthms to vector images.If you want to use it for every algorithm there is, you need to extend the symbols slightly, what I had to do as well. For D i thought to use a square and for 2-layer turns I think arrows with 2 lines and for whole cube turns arrows with 3 lines would be a good idea.When I have a website or a free App, I will probably post it here, so you can try it out. I already a working prototype, so it would be a waste to not finish it.