It's at once refreshing and disappointing to see an exposition such as this. The animation and sound are lovely, and a rather decent volley is made at the concepts of "splits" and "folds", even if the subtle beauty in the relationship and differences between these is largely ignored. However, the narrator suggests that each "dimension" has some inherent parameters defining it, such as "the seventh dimension" being the space of all possible outcomes from the origin of the universe, and similarly pinning the notion of "split" and "fold" only to certain dimensions.
Do you want to see ten-dimensional space? Here it is:
Anyway, isn't supersymmetry supposed to be eleven-dimensional? Or does 11-D SUSY refer to a women named Susan with an impossibly small ribcage?