## Interest

on Dec 18, 2007

# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## LittleTommy324

### Thomas

inside & outside figures ???

## MCL1491f

### frankDiscussion2

When I think of a cube, I think of 6-sides. This is 1 side more than a 1/2 cube, but in 3-D! Total paradox, unless I'm not understanding something here, such as 4 dimensions.

## synchronicity909

### Christina

I wish I could I say understand this.

## MCChimes

### MCChimes

WOAH. Still doesn't mean I can comprehend it though...

## luxnax

### Nadine

hypercube!!

## Arpana-INFJ

### Arpana

The Tesseract

(Visualization of a higher dimensional object)

The tesseract is a four dimensional cube. It has 16 edge points v=(a,b,c,d), with a,b,c,d either equal to +1 or -1. Two points are connected, if their distance is 2. Given a projection P(x,y,z,w)=(x,y,z) from four dimensional space to three dimensional space, we can visualize the cube as an object in familar space. The effect of a linear transformation like a rotation

## JohnShepler

### John

Watch this. You're getting sleepy. Very sleepy.

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