A capture of the rotating tesseract at the program’s default settings.
|Genres||demo, stereograms, hyperspace, educational|
|Release date||June 9th, 2005|
|Code license||GPLv2-compatible, apparently public domain; shareware function included|
|Media license||GPLv2-compatible, apparently public domain|
|Libraries||expat, GLUT, libogg, SDL. libtiff, libungif, libvorbis, ModernUI, pcre, smpeg, zlib|
|Tesseract Trainer is a free game. This means that the source code is available to be studied, modified, and distributed. Most projects look for help with testing, documentation, graphics, etc., as well.|
Tesseract Trainer is a demo that displays a tesseract (the four-dimensional hypercube, analogue of the three-dimensional cube) as a 2D image, or viewable as a 3D image using a method similar to that one for viewing stereograms. Although it contains shareware functionality (“Unregistered” is displayed in the corner, and a registration code ($8) request appears after some time of continuous running), the source code is available under a GPLv2-compatible license (apparently public domain except for the reused parts like GLUT). It is written in C++, and the latest version is 0.1.4, released on 2005-06-09. It used GLUT, SDL, among other libraries.
The author released all the copyright rights for the game’s documentation.