GLube - Rubik's Cube vs. MirrorBlocks

A beautiful and pratical example of an isomorphism
Click and drag with left mouse to rotate a layer
Click and drag with right mouse to rotate the Rubik's Cube/MirrorBlocks
Type in an algorithm in, made up of turns, and press the play button. Valid turns are F, R, L, U, D, B and primed versions F', R', L', U', D', B' (which turn the opposite way) and double turns F2, R2, L2, U2, D2, B2 e.g. An example algorithm is: FURDL2R'B2D'
moves will appear here