## Inspiration

Visualising past the third-dimension was somewhat of an intriguing impossibility until the computing powers of python graphic suites made it possible

## What it does

Allows the user to create and rotate n-dimensional objects and project them in a 3d vector space

## How we built it

We generated vectors using haskell along with some basic analysis. We then ran the vectors through our code which could rotate and create a wire frame in the third dimension

## Challenges we ran into

The mathematics behind the concept were tricky to say the least.

## Accomplishments that we're proud of

Grappling with graduate level mathematics in order to create a tool useable for all. Also, processing documentation is virtually non-existent for python version.

## What we learned

Several graduate level mathematics concepts including n-dimensional vector spaces, hyperplanes, projection of n-dimensional objects to n-1 dimensional objects.

## What's next for HyperPlane

Using the program from the command line with inputs so that it can be called from other projects that work in n-dimensional spaces.

## Built With

- python
- processing
- hascall

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