Math Spans All Dimensions

The 0-dimensional portion of the image consists of points displayed along a curve spiraling out from a center.

As we reach the 1-d position, the curve itself comes into view as a 1-dimensional curve.

Beginning at the 2-d position, the curve becomes the image of a 2-dimensional strip, which becomes wider and wider.

When it reaches the 3-d position, the strip is replaced by a conical shell, with circular cross-sections centered on the curve. But mathematics does not stop there.

At the 4-d position, the figure should become a 4-dimensional object, with spherical cross-sections centered on the continuation of the curve. Such an image is difficult to portray on a flat poster, but it can be represented, at least partially, by computer simulation.

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