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Once you’re comfortable with 2-arrays and 2-matrices, you can move up a dimension or two, to 4-arrays or 4-tensors.
You can move up to a 3-array / 3-tensor just by imagining a matrix which “extends back into the blackboard”. Like a 5 × 5 ma...

Once you’re comfortable with 2-arrays and 2-matrices, you can move up a dimension or two, to 4-arrays or 4-tensors.
You can move up to a 3-array / 3-tensor just by imagining a matrix which “extends back into the blackboard”. Like a 5 × 5 ma...

B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and glass panes really help this visualisation.
Examples of 6-dimensional things
If it’s hard to envision 6 dimensions, consider this: the possible tunings of a guitar constitute a 6-dimensio...

B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and glass panes really help this visualisation.
Examples of 6-dimensional things
If it’s hard to envision 6 dimensions, consider this: the possible tunings of a guitar constitute a 6-dimensio...

Easiest way to start imagining four-dimensional things is by numbering the corners of a 4-cube.
First realize that the eight corners of a cube can be numbered “in binary” 000—001–010–100—110–101–011—111. Just like the four corners of ...

Easiest way to start imagining four-dimensional things is by numbering the corners of a 4-cube.
First realize that the eight corners of a cube can be numbered “in binary” 000—001–010–100—110–101–011—111. Just like the four corners of ...