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  1. “Hinton cubes” are a visualisation aid developed by the mathematician Charles H. Hinton to assist in visualising four-dimensional objects. Their use is fully described in the first appendix to The Fourth Dimension (London: Swann Sonnenschien, 1904; various reprints). The full set consists of eighty-one simple

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  2. 01/04/2010 · It’s easy to see a connection back to Llull and Bruno in his gnostic quest for knowledge of hidden spaces. He also constructed a series of cubes designed to help train one to envision a four-dimensional hypercube (or tesseract) by envisioning the various three-dimensional views of the hypercube in a mental superimposition. Sort of like this:

  3. 17/06/2014 · Drawings of the cubes first appeared in A New Era of Thought (1888) where Hinton proposes using them as aids to a series of mental exercises with which the reader may visualise the higher dimensions of space. Hinton invented the word “tesseract” to describe the four-dimensional structure projected from the faces of his three-dimensional cubes.

  4. 16/08/2017 · Instructions in making Hinton cubes (see The Fourth Dimension by C.H. Hinton for their use)