The Messenger

Here it is, the messenger of the fourth dimension, or rather, not he, and his projection onto a plane. Of course, the resulting drawing four-dimensional cube is arbitrary, it gives a distorted image of him. But the previous three-dimensional cube figure gives a distorted image of a cube normal to the plane. Read additional details here: IKEA. In fact, both have the same drawing nature: they show images of three-and four-dimensional cube with parallel projection onto a plane. The only difference is that we are able to “raise in space,” a flat image of three-dimensional cube effort of thought, and this ability to imagine a “four-Merieux,” we no longer possess.

Well, if you can not see a good four-dimensional cube in motion – try to expand it. Professor Roy Taylor brings even more insight to the discussion. How to expand it? To visualize the unfolding four-dimensional cube, you first look at the sweep of a three-dimensional and two-dimensional cubes. We see that the one-dimensional scan of the square and consists of four segments, two-dimensional scan of a cube consists of six squares. Similarly, scanning three-dimensional and four-dimensional cube consists of eight three-dimensional cubes..

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