Hi everyone,
Some of you may have already been using Transformation algorithms in
your ZB practice, either through inspiration from Chris or maybe you
came up with the idea yourself.

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If you don't know what it is, the idea is to apply a simple
algorithm to the Orientation case you end up with after ZBF2L or
VHF2L, to end up with a case that you know. So if you had only
learned some T-Orientation ZBLL cases, and when solving you ended up
with an L, you could apply an algorithm to transform it into a T-
Orientation. Of course, this doesn't advance you any further as far
as the method is concerned, because it's not useful for
speedsolving, but it is a very useful practice tool because it
allows you to rehearse your knowledge with every cube.
Most of the transformation algorithms I have used are very simple,
and sometimes involve 4 or more Sunes just to get the right case, so
it's not very efficient. It would be very nice if we could have a
standard set of transformation algorithms that use the minimum
amount of sequences.
It would be elegant if we could have something like
1 = Sune (R U R' U R U2 R')
2 = A-Sune (R U2 R' U' R U' R')
3 = a move which only affects two corners
4 = inverse of 3?
using the minimum amount of sequences - 4 would be nice but I think
we may have to use 6?
Then we could write the algorithms as a combination of U moves and
these move sequences.
Example: U -> L = U [1]
T -> L = U' [2] U'
Anybody willing to help work on this set? First thing would be to
standardise a set of moves sequences to use.
Dan H :)
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