That yesterday was mimin share tutorials with the use of Indonesian, now at this time mimin will share a tutorial using the English language, well just to share info on How to Quickly Solve Rubik's 4x4 with Precise and Accurate, wadaw ... this time will share info mimin Rubik 4x4 formula that we discussed yesterday Rubik 2x2 and 3x3 and now we move on to the Rubik 4x4 where it is harder than Rubik previous formula, just imagine the more boxes the more difficult it is to solve it.
Rubiks 4x4 I think is very difficult to get it done, how I did not finish the 2x2 was not wrote've let alone the 4x4 wkwkwkwk kiding ... but it's true difficulty level really jos, I had made up dizzy.
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Video tutorial Rubiks 4x4
How is that not an easy way Solve 4x4 Rubik, was that there are 3 video tutorials that take mimin from youtube.com, and because there seemed complete-Part3 Part1.
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And for its history can be said to be possessed Rubik a very interesting history
Rubik Vengeance (also known as Master Cube) is the 4 × 4 × 4 version of the Rubik's Cube. The film was released in 1982. Invented by Péter Sebestény, almost called Rubik's Revenge Cube Sebestény up somewhat last-minute decision to change the name of the puzzle to attract fans of the original Rubik's Cube. Unlike the original puzzle (and 5 × 5 × 5 cube), he does not have a fixed aspect: aspects of the center (four per face) are free to move to a different position.
Method to solve the 3 × 3 × 3 cube work for the edges and corners of the 4 × 4 × 4 cube, as long as someone has correctly identified the relative position of color - as central aspects can no longer be used for identification.
Mechanics Rubik (wikipedia.org)
The puzzle consists of 56 unique miniature cubes ("cube") on the surface. It consists of 24 centers which show one color each, 24 edge which shows two colors each, and eight corner that shows three colors each. Original Rubik's Revenge can be taken apart without much difficulty, typically by turning one side through a 30 ° angle and prying the top edge until dispelled.
Original mechanism designed by Sebestény using grooved ball to hold the center piece in place. Edge pieces are held in place by the center and the corners are held in place by the edge, like the original cube. There are three mutually perpendicular grooves for center pieces to slide through. Each groove just wide enough to allow the line to slide through the center piece of it. The ball is formed to prevent other pieces of the sliding middle row, make sure that the ball remains in tune with the outer cube. Turn on one of the middle layer or layers just moving the ball well too.
Eastsheen version of the cube, which is slightly smaller at 6 cm to the edge, has a completely different mechanism. The mechanism is very similar to the version of the cube Eastsheen Professor, not a ball-core mechanism. There are 42 pieces (36 moves and six remain) completely hidden inside the cube, according to the center line of the Cube Professor. This design is more durable than the original and also allow for the screws that will be used to tighten or loosen the cubes. Central axis is specifically set up to prevent it from being parallel to the exterior of the cube.
There are 24 edge pieces which show two colored sides each, and eight corner pieces which show three colors. Each section corner or edge piece shows a pair of unique color combination, but not all combinations are present (for example, there are no parts with red and orange sides, if red and orange on opposite sides of the solved Cube). This stone locations relative to each other can be changed by rotating the cube layer, but the location of the colored sides relative to one another in the completed state of the puzzle can not be altered: it is fixed by the relative positions of the center of the box and the distribution of color combinations on edge and corner pieces.
For most recent Cubes, the color red sticker opposite orange, yellow opposite white, and green opposite blue. However, there are also Cubes with alternative color arrangements (green opposite yellow, blue, white and red opposite orange opposite). Eastsheen version has a purple (opposite red) instead of orange.
There are several methods that can be used to solve a Rubik's Revenge. The most common method is reduction, so called because it effectively reduces the 4x4x4 to a 3x3x3. Cubers first group the centre pieces of common colours together, then pair edges that show the same two colours. Once this is done, turning only the outer layers of the cube allows it to be solved like a 3×3×3 cube. However, certain positions that cannot be solved on a standard 3×3×3 cube may be reached. There are two possible problems not found on the 3x3x3. The first is two edge pieces reversed on one edge, resulting in the colours for that edge not matching the rest of the cubies on either face:
Notice that these two edge pieces are swapped. The second is two edge pairs being swapped with each other:
These situations are known as parity errors. These positions are still solvable; however, special algorithms must be applied to fix the errors.
Some methods are designed to avoid the parity errors described above. For instance, solving the corners and edges first and the centres last would avoid such parity errors. Once the rest of the cube is solved, any permutation of the centre pieces can be solved. Note that it is possible to apparently exchange a pair of face centres by cycling 3 face centres, two of which are visually identical.
Direct solving of a 4x4x4 is uncommon, but possible, with methods such as K4. Doing so mixes a variety of techniques and is heavily reliant on commutators for the final steps.
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