Since grade school, we’ve always been familiar with squares. However, squares are only two-dimensional - meaning they have length and height, but no width. Then we moved onto the cube, in three dimensions, from adding depth. Have you ever wondered what lies beyond the cube?
The tesserect is the four-dimensional equivalent of the cube. So, naturally, the tesserect is to a cube as a cube is to a square.
The above diagram exhibits how one could theoretically construct a tesserect from a point onto two dimensions. Another familiar name for the Tesserect is the Hypercube.
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