Saturday, October 20, 2012

Animated Hypercube

Video of an animated hypercube.

In philosophy, the hypercube or tesseract represents the inherent complexity of a two-dimensional surface, and the dynamic, structuralized potential of the fourth dimension; According to one theory, time is interpretable as the nth dimension in an nth-dimensional context; acquiring additional dimensions merely requires more complex exceptions, and a more complex set of working instructions;

In the second and third dimensions, a hypercube is an extension of the basic properties of geometry, continuing to affect an inflective relationship between opposite surfaces; In other words, a hypercubic figure (even an animated one) does not oppose axiometry; instead, it promotes complex rules of correspondence; More on this I think in the future::

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