The first version of the algorithm from 1978 did not include the possibility of rotating the 4-D hypecube.
In rewriting the code I got inspired by graph-theory and immediately found with this the solution I was looking for. This algorithm generated successful programs
like P224, P225 and P226 from
which I made many drawings and paintings. Years later in 1987, I wrote another version of this code by introducing the 4-D rotation of the hypercube
which generated again a successful workphase Dimensions-II, see P411a, or P411b.
In 2017, out of curiosity, I had a new look at the first version of my code from 1978 and suddenly became interested in persuing this handicap of "no-rotation".
I used the original code with its rigid position of 45-degrees in all angles and directed the algorithm into a different visual solution.
Again, the basic 32 lines which constitute the hypecube are divided into 4 sets, but this time the elements are called randomly and placed in a linear visual 4/4 rhythm.|