• The 4-D equivalent of a cube
  • Also known as a tessaract
  • 8 cubic cells, 24 square faces, 32 edges, 16 vertices
  • It is formed by translating a cube perpendicular to itself or "hyper-folding"

The left picture shows how eight cubes can be set up to be "folded" into itself in hyperspace to form the hypercube in the bottom right corner. The one on the right shows a hypercube rotating in the fourth dimension. Try to keep your eye on a single cube and notice how intricately it is distorted in the fourth dimension.