The fourth dimension: Tesseract 101

The Tesseract is the four dimensional analogue of a cube and it is also known as a hypercube. Because imagining a four dimensional object is impossible, you will have to try to take it all in from this picture.

An even better example is a moving image:

You can read everything you need to know about Tesseracts here.

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