Thinking in 2 or 3 dimensions is easy, as we are used to it. Everyone can easily visualize a cube with width, height and depth. 4th dimension is a little bit more tricky, but most people can still wrap their minds around it, by thinking of it as a time progression of that said cube. What about the 5th dimension? How about the 10th?
If you have no clue how to visualize it, watch Rob Bryton’s flash presentation. He illustrates dimensions 1 through 10 using nice pictures, and easy to understand analogies. I found this brief explanation very interesting.
found via jenova’s blog
[tags]dimensions, 10th dimension, rob bryton[/tags]