Screenshots of some of Nick Jameson's computer programs

NChess
MateMonster
Chess Solver
Complex Function Plotter
Pentagon Construction
Rubik's Cube



Nick's chess program, NChess:

NChess in action

MateMonster demonstrates a mate:

MateMonster being used to study Knight and Bishop checkmate

Chess Solver being used to solve a problem:

Chess Solver being used to solve a problem

Riemann's Zeta Function drawn by Nick's Complex Function Plotter program:

Riemann's Zeta Function drawn by Nick's computer program. The zeros are shown as white dots - if you can prove they all lie in a dead straight line then you have proved the Riemann Hypothesis!

Pentagon construction drawn by a BBC Micro:

Nick's favourite way of constructing a pentagon

Rubik's Cube animation done on an Amiga A500:

Rubik's Cube animation done on an Amiga A500

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