In the course of the following century, a number of powerful visual schemas were developed, in both science and art, to depict it.
These schemas were developed to represent the nature of four dimensional geometry and tactile-kinetic motion – both central to the distinctive time-space of twentieth-century physics and art.
Light and gravity are not similar and adhere to very different mathematical laws. Hyperspace theory simply demonstrates that light and gravity are merely vibrations in the forth dimension. In the hyperspace theory, ‘matter’ can be viewed as the vibrations that ripple through the fabric and time. Thus follows the fascinating possibility that everything can be seen around, from the trees and mountains to the stars themselves are nothing but vibrations in hyperspace.
In term of internet, hyperspace is information spaces interlinked together with hypermedia structure. Concerning World Wide Web, cyberspace is sometime used instead of hyperspace.