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>3 dimensional visualisation

I’ve always been fascinated with the problem of thinking about more than 3 dimensions. Humans only needed to survive in a 3 dimensional world and are therefore best suited to think about 3 dimensional shapes. Although we don’t really think in 3 dimensions. We don’t have a 3 dimensional volume in our head that we can slice and rotate or manipulate in any way we see fit. It’s more like a association structure. We store things like: this edge is connected to this one with this angle. And due to our need to work with objects: If I push my finger here, this is what it feels like and this is how the object will respond. Continue reading