Stereogram of 4D Pentachoron Rotations

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To properly view this stereogram image, look at the left image with your left eye and the right image with your right eye. This will create the illusion of depth, making the image appear three-dimensional.


The pentachoron (also called the 5-cell or the 4-simplex) is a four-dimensional polytope bounded by five tetrahedra. The image seen here is the three-dimensional "shadow" of the pentachoron as it rotates in four-dimensional space.


Contributed by: Richard Hennigan (March 2013)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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