Can Python do 4D?

I was wondering if somebody know or can do a script to animate an hypercube? Thanks!

The links :

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Hypercube.html

http://traipse.com/hypercube/

If you have red and blue goggles, this is a must! : http://www.dogfeathers.com/java/hyprcube.html

The maths, yes. Python can easily handle 4d, or nd. The problem is in representing it.

However, if you define a tesseract in python, then you can use fairly basic matrix funkiness to rotate it in any axis. Then you just take 3d co-ords from it and you can recreate a 3d slice of the tesseract. I think that should work.