I would like to thank everyone who has contributed that this side could
arise. Special thanks to:
- Erno Rubik, who
invented the Rubik's Cube in 1974.
- Jürgen Fischbach, who inspired me by his
web site with a solution
for the Rubik's Cube, to make a similar site for the 5x5x5 Cube.
- Werner Randelshofer,
who has programmed the Rubik Player (Java applet; 3D model of a Rubik's Cube)
for a 3x3x3 Cube, and who has allowed me to change his program for a 5x5x5
- Guido Krüger, who taught me the
basics of Java programming with his
Java online course and has enabled me thereby to
change the applet of Werner Randelshofer to a model of the 5x5x5 Cube.
- Stefan Münz and everyone who
has supported the project Selfhtml.
Due to this site I've learned everything which was necessary to make my own
web site (HTML, CSS, Java Script etc.) Even for beginners, everything is
explained easily understandable.
- Sascha Koop from the company Atari
Deutschland who allowed me to publish the history of the Rubik's Cube
on my web site. The text and the pictures came from the "Rubik's Games CD"
from the company Hasbro Interactive. The company Hasbro Interactive doesn't
exist since 1999 any more, all rights and license are now at
Atari Deutschland GmbH.