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    • Dimensions – ALL

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      Dimensions is a documentary for mathematics enthusiasts abroad. Two hours of solid math leading you up to the fourth dimension. Divided into chapters this film covers many aspects of mathematics. The film gives an in-depth look into spatial dimensions.

      We, as a society are aware of 3 dimensions in our daily lives. Dimensions discusses the mathematics of demonstrating the geometry and objects of higher dimensions. The film starts out quite elementary, going into detail about 2-dimensional space with meridians and parallels. It gradually advances to the more complex side of things addressing 4-dimensional space.

      The documentary also offers a chapter in which complex numbers are examined, as well as proof of a theorem of geometry. Featuring commentary with renowned mathematicians Ludwig, Schlafli, Adrien Douady, Heinz Hopf, and Bernhard Riemann, Dimensions is both educational and enlightening.

      While some mathematician enthusiasts may find the documentary too simplistic, others will find it an enjoyable film to watch.








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      Published on May 24, 2010 · Filed under: Astronomy, Space, Cosmology, Physics, Mystery, Conspiracy, Psychology
    • Ryan

      this is great, the whole series.. nice work

    • joeDEX

      wow!
      what a great series.
      im having a hard time grasping it all though. im going to have to watch it a few more times and try to study more of the math behind it.

      abstract thought is my strong point
      math always fucks me up though when it gets brought into the picture.

      thanks so much for finding this though.

    • PiN

      In terms of narration its not very engaging however all information is there & it teaches insightful methods for understanding a complex & fascinating topic.
      1,000,000 points are rewarded.

    • LuanAdelaide

      Very educational, mind boggling but definitely two thumbs up!

    • robertm

      At 8:53 in video 5 (the first on complex numbers) he meant to say “1.5i” instead he said “2.5i”

    • robertm

      The eighth and final video is the best. It’s the only one where any real mathematics is done, i.e. a proof is given.

    • Nathan

      Very thought provoking. How do we know we aren’t 3D creatures living in an infinityD universe? That pyramid shaped mountain might not be a pyramid at all.

      Very humbling… space is vast enough without extra dimensions we can’t use.

    • ali

      i like the flow of information, from easy to hard…but is it possible to create something you don’t understand? creating multidimensional objects, and yet we can’t fully get our heads around them :S

    • Oskar

      Isn’t episode deus missing?

      I think we jump directly from episode one to episode three here.

      But thanks for uploading!

    • Oskar

      LOL nevermind haha.

    • Ara

      Now I have another strong theory why im hearing and feeling stuff in my head at nights.