Glass_tesseract_animation.gif ‎(256 × 256 pixels, file size: 687 KB, MIME type: image/gif, looped, 48 frames, 1.9 s)

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Taken from the English Wikipedia.

This image was created by me (Jason Hise) using Maya 6.0 and Macromedia Fireworks. It is a newer version of the file en:Image:Tesseract.gif with thinner bars and translucent faces added to all 2D boundaries.

A still version is available at Image:Glass tesseract still.png.

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