Is the second point (that lists of floats can be easily represented) necessarily unique to R^n? It seems like any vector space over the field R would share this advantage.

Joshua

What scenario or problem would lead us to consider n>3 dimensions in CG?

minhsual

What is the relationship between describing points in some R^n dimension vector space and representing a vector in the same space?

Is the second point (that lists of floats can be easily represented) necessarily unique to R^n? It seems like any vector space over the field R would share this advantage.

What scenario or problem would lead us to consider n>3 dimensions in CG?

What is the relationship between describing points in some R^n dimension vector space and representing a vector in the same space?