Rotating a Tesseract in Perspective

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A tesseract (or hypercube) is the 4D analog of the cube in 3D. It is constructed by translating a unit cube one unit perpendicular to the 3-space of the cube. The resulting 4D object is rotated in 4D and projected to 3-space in perspective.

Contributed by: Alexander Perepelitsa (June 2014)
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