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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:32 pm 
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I could replicate the pattern, but only by disassembly+assembly. I believe that this is an illegal pattern, i.e. impossible to get to from the solved without cheating.


Oskar, please try the following algorithm:

First, you need to create proper color pattern on the cube - see the picture:
Ok... still trying to do this myself. While trying to create that pattern on the cube I ran into a problem.
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The face centers on a helicoper cube exist in 4 orbits. One piece of each color is in each orbit. Starting from the U face and working my way down I've gotten this far. All the checked stickers/pieces are in the correct position but I can't get the next green piece (the one with the x) in the correct position. It then hit me. The green piece with the star is already in this orbit. To get two green pieces in this orbit I believe jumbling is required and I'm sort of stuck at the moment.

Boy is it alot harder to solve a cube to a particular scrambled state then it is the solved state. I've stuck little pieces of post-it sheets to the pieces on my Up face just to help me keep track of the faces.

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See here: http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=245697#p245697


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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pytlivyj_1 wrote:

Thanks... I'm almost there now. Just need to cycle these 4 face pieces and again I think I need a jumbling move. This thing looks so scrabled the hard part is just keeping the faces strait.

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Finally got there and I didn't take the cube apart or any stickers off to do it.

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And I thought it was hard to keep the faces strait before... just try to walk through Vladimir's directions when the cube isn't even a cube any longer.

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And I thought it was hard to keep the faces strait before... just try to walk through Vladimir's directions when the cube isn't even a cube any longer.

Carl
Great work! I knew this position was possible. Now all we need is a video. A reverse scramble would be fine! :lol:

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 Post subject: Patterns
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Pattern "6 flags" on Crazy 3ั…3ั…3 plus cube (Mars).

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Circle pattern with mercury venus & earth

circle on 4 sides with crazy 4x4x4 typ III


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"6 smiles on a Crazy 3ั…3ั…3 plus cube (Mars)":

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"Chess Latch Cube of the third order":

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And I thought it was hard to keep the faces strait before... just try to walk through Vladimir's directions when the cube isn't even a cube any longer.

Carl
Great work! I knew this position was possible. Now all we need is a video. A reverse scramble would be fine! :lol:


Colleagues, sorry for the delay: I managed to make a video finally - here's the link:

Helicopter Mezon


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 Post subject: Patterns
PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:42 pm 
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Good video. I too so solved under your description.

My new pattern - large mezon on a Latch Cube:

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 Post subject: Patterns
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Six minuses on a Latch Cube:

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Sometimes shape mods may seem to be boring...

...unless there's a possibility to create shape patterns! :wink:

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I made this one a year and a half ago and you can find more different patterns in Meffert's Gallery.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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My Dino dodecahedron came today, solved it, then made this patters. It's really the only pattern I can think of on a dino-dodec.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Does anybody have any cool DaYan Gem patterns? I really want a checkered pattern, but can't figure one out.

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Does anybody have any cool DaYan Gem patterns? I really want a checkered pattern, but can't figure one out.


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 Post subject: Patterns
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Striped top from Octahedron 4x4x4:

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High-grade and well readable pattern on a cube 7ั…7ั…7 - number "ะŸ" up to 9-th mark after a point!!! So, 3.141592653:

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Alternation of colours on a cube - already 14 times! 11 symbols + 3 backgrounds.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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maarten wrote:
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Does anybody have any cool DaYan Gem patterns? I really want a checkered pattern, but can't figure one out.


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Like this one?

Oh, I was talking about DaYan Gem I. But, that's still really cool.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Hi all,

Youtube user Crazy56U (is he/she here?) challenged me to make a snake pattern on a 3x3x5 in a outube comment on my gigaminx snake. I don't have one, but it inspired me to make one on my 3x3x4. Video available. Enjoy

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I apologise for the quality, only had my webcam available. My son is making a stop-motion for an assignment, camera not to be touched!

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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2011 4:32 am 
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Perfect pattern.

The snake on a cube 7ั…7ั…7:

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The snake on a Crazy 3ั…3ั…3 plus cube (Mars):

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Your Mars snakes are awesome. I've totally given up trying to solve those things, and here you are making patterns with them.
Bravo! :solved:
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Does anybody have any cool DaYan Gem patterns? I really want a checkered pattern, but can't figure one out.


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Like this one?

Oh, I was talking about DaYan Gem I. But, that's still really cool.
On the Gem I, there are some really easy superflip patterns you can do by rotating the edges. I can flip three, four, or any number of edges on the Dayan Gem I, however only flipping just one or two edges seems impossible. Sans jumbling, they only seem to be flippable in specific combinations. Just do 180 degree rotations of three adjacent centers in a circular pattern. It takes nine moves to flip three centers. I don't have my camera handy, so no pics at the moment :(

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Ok, I was reluctant to publish this since itโ€™s not my cube and I wanted to wait for the V11 to be released. But since snakes are becoming less rare, I like to show my double snake on a 11x11x11. Please watch the video for the full pattern

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Btw, @pytivyj_1 I was really amazed by your pi-V7 and my compliments on your snake7!

Who will be the first with a triple snake on a 17x17x17 :lol:

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The double snake is looked very beautifully. On a cube 17ั…17ั…17 it is possible to solve three, four and even five snakes.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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I'm not that good at this but I tried my hand at a few designs for mixup cubes. Enjoy :D

It's really simple but I thought it looked cool.
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A swap of three centers.
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A cool pattern if you look directly from above, otherwise it looks scrambled.
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 Post subject: Patterns
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It is the original of a puzzle "Crosses - Zero":

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The circuit of the solving of the original:

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I just liked this:
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6 crosses on Mosaic Cube:

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2 threefold zigzags on Megaminx:

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 Post subject: Mosaic Cube - 6 Pinwheels
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6 Pinwheels/Swasticas

I created this lovely pattern on the Mosaic Cube by alternating rotations of big corners and little corners in a tetrahedral formation. They'd look more like pinwheels and less like swasticas if you apply the six spots pattern to it.
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(UFR UBL DFL DBR ufl ubr dbl dfr)x3 + (UFL UBR DBL DFR ufr ubl dfl dbr)x3

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UFR = rotate Up-Front-Right large corner clockwise
ufr = rotate Up-Front-Right small corner clockwise
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6 minuses on the Mosaic Cube, on the Cuboid 3ั…3ั…4 and on the Cube 3ั…3ั…3:

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Vold wrote:
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I could replicate the pattern, but only by disassembly+assembly. I believe that this is an illegal pattern, i.e. impossible to get to from the solved without cheating.


Oskar, please try the following algorithm:

First, you need to create proper color pattern on the cube - see the picture:

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Second, you need to create Mezon shape. Here I'm using the following notation:

- letters help you to distinguish edges: LF is the edge between Left and Forward faces, UB is the edge between Upper and Backward faces and so on;

- numbers are angles of the turn in degrees from the current position of the edge;

- signs "+" and "-" set the direction of the turn when you are looking at the edge from the outside: "+" means clockwise, "-" means counterclockwise; obviously, 180 degrees turns don't need any direction sign.

The sequence:

UR72+ UF180 LF108+ DF72+ LF72+ DF108+ UR108+ RF180 UR72+

We've got one pair of central pieces rotated now and we assume that it occupies the desired position on the cube already.

UF72- LF180 UF180 LF108+

We've got two more pairs rotated. Now we need to move them to their positions:

LF72+ LD180 LF180 LD108-
LB72- LD180 LB180 LD108+
LB72+ DB180 LB180 DB108-

The second pair have reached its position. We had to move it through 3 edges instead of 2 edges to set the orientation required (otherwise we'd get wrong orientation).

LF72+ UF180 LF180 UF108-

The third pair reached its position. We are ready to create Helicopter Mezon now:

UF72- LD72- RB72-

That's all! Hope I managed not to make a mistake! :D

The solution is not optimal - it's just the one I managed to find and the one I managed to remember, so some rotations have 108 degrees angles instead of shorter 72 degrees - just to keep the direction of rotation constant, which is much easier to remember.

Good luck!


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Great Work. Thank you for the posting. The beautifullst pattern that i had seen. A reason to buy the helicopter cube.
To make this pattern with your tutorial i need ~ 2 h. It works fine.


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Finally finished this pattern on my Mixup Octahedron. All "wings" are swapped with their pair.
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12 Circles on Crazy Megaminx Saturn

I solved the megaminx in this pattern with reduction method. It was a hard work.

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6 minuses on the Mosaic Cube, on the Cuboid 3ั…3ั…4 and on the Cube 3ั…3ั…3:

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The 6-minuses on a Mosaic Cube looks more like a braided pattern, is it possible to do that pattern with only 4 sides (making a ring of colour)?

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Turn of an average layer ะ•2:

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Is that helicopter cube on the left sitting flat? It looks like it is but doesn't the opposite corner also have to be twisted in this state? If it is... how could this be sitting flat?

See how mine isn't sitting flat?
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Just wondering if its possible to do this to one corner at at time... I don't think it is.

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Is that helicopter cube on the left sitting flat? It looks like it is but doesn't the opposite corner also have to be twisted in this state? If it is... how could this be sitting flat?

Just wondering if its possible to do this to one corner at at time... I don't think it is.

Carl


O.O I also noticed that, but probably he took the picture at the perfect angle coz it's not possible :lol:

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Hi wwwmwww
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Is that helicopter cube on the left sitting flat? It looks like it is but doesn't the opposite corner also have to be twisted in this state? If it is... how could this be sitting flat?


No, it's not sitting flat. The opposite Corner is twisted, too. The Helicopter Cube looks like yours but I placed a cap of a ballpen unter it so that cube-shape is parallel to the ground.

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My V7 is in the mail, I'll try spelling something interesting on it when it arrives :D

Maybe I'll write "Sep 6" across two faces (my birthday - after all, the V7 was my early birthday present).

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Nice! :D

I also noticed you accomplished my request (not sure how I missed that post before...)!

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Althuogh this puzzle is not the best candidate for a snake pattern, I couldn't resist. (watch the Video)

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Going to try to get the curvy copter mezon tonight, hopefully. :D

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Going to try to get the curvy copter mezon tonight, hopefully. :D
Make any headway? I'm eager to see this myself.

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Pretty positive it can't be done with the exposed centers. Going to look into it a bit more.

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I don't have the mosaic cube, but "dedge" 12-flip and orthogonal 6 bars should be possible !!

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PS!

Corner supertwist also doable ... and many more inspired from 3x3x3 patterns :D

PPS! A single twisted corner is quite easy/trivial to achieve ...

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Challenge: Find a short way to "swap" 2 opposite small centerpieces. Do the same for 2 complete opposite centerpiece groups. Another 2-spot pattern.

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Hope to add diagrams soon.

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You could trivially do a better mezon on the rex cube. (1 turn extra)

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Did you guys see the Curvy copter mezon? It is very cool looking.


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