Anatomy of the Clover Cube
- There are twelve centers.
- Each center has two colors.
- Each color has four centers.
- No two centers have the same colors.
- Centers can’t move relative to each other. They have a fixed position.
- However, centers can rotate.
- There twenty-four faces.
- Each face has only one color.
- Each color has four faces.
- That means ther are four faces in each color that look identical.
- Every face is shared by two centers.
- There are eight corners.
- Each corner has three colors.
- Each color has four corners.
- No corners have the same three colors.
- Every corner is shared by three centers.
- Every rotation happens around a center.
- Each rotation has three orientations.
- When a center rotates, it always brings two corners and four faces with it.
- Sometimes, you can’t rotate a certain center. You’ll have to align the nearby centers to allow for the rotation.
Pictures of a Disassembled Cube