# Rotation of a tesseract

Click on this picture to see a movie of two cubes
rotating in four dimensions.
These cubes are opposite faces of a
tesseract.

### Finally . . .

Click on this picture to see a movie of a tesseract
rotating in four dimensions.
It should look like
two cubes connected at the vertices, each cube
rotating in a by now familiar way. If
it makes sense, congratulations, the rest
of this demo is just icing.

### Further details . . .

One variation is to do this whole progression
again, but with a slightly
tilted tesseract.

If you would like to see some of the
other constituent parts of the tesseract
by themselves, try the
components panel.

This concludes the explanatory text for
this demo. If you have any comments,
please mail them to
holt@geom.umn.edu. Thank you.
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*Olaf Holt 3/14/94*