Quantum Tesseract – A Folding in Space Time
Kris Pilcher
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Most of us can’t expect to truly make sense of dimensions outside of our three-dimensional realm of experience. Quantum Tesseract visualises the fourth dimension through sculptural projections of “HyperCubes” (fourth dimensional shapes) existing in a constant state of quantum unfolding. Created in Unity by Kris Pilcher, this piece was inspired by a conversation with bioartist and researcher Joe Davis and a challenge by him to create a tesseract in virtual space.

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