I guess we could call light that reflects back between two mirrors a new dimension. Is it possible to do it with materials? I mean, we are made of materials, and it would be great to enter the fourth dimension, at least to say we have done it!
If we were to look at this image, we could see how it would be, that when we walk through a house from door to door, we emulate this image?
Now, we can see how to enter the fourth dimension, we need eight points of total flexibility. This would be the four arms of the mechanism that keep going around and 'bending' the 'inner block' and then acting as if they were in the block, yet not in the block.
If we were to take a few atoms and make them, not displace, but move through each other, with the one being pushed through the other, with the other naturally contorting and allowing for this 'big push', the displacer would be going into the fourth dimension, yes? Just like in the image.
So, to send us through a fourth dimension, we would need to first try it with light, as that affects all the atoms in between the mirrors as well. There should be a sphere of mirrors, like a mirror ball turned inside out, and then it should be closed. The recorder should remain inside, and then the mirrors should be shot with various light effects. This will plunge the recorder into nearly entrophic states, all recorded for us to see afterwards. Maybe the light could be tempered with something that has mass? then we could emit something like a germ into the container? What would that do? How about something tied to light, like lightning? I wonder where this will lead...