Distributes points in n dimensional space, within some constraint or according to some function, then attempts to connect them into an m dimensional mesh (eg., a 3-sphere, which has a 3 dimensional surface, or more exotic things like a Klein bottle and its higher dimensional analogs). Upon success, one can then place and maneuver cameras on the surface of the mesh, their vision restricted to said surface.
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