How To Visualize Ten Dimensions (Great video by musician Rob Bryanton)
Rob Bryanton has worked in music, film, and television for most of his life. He made his first record at twelve, and was host/music director of a 1974 CBC-TV music series at the age of twenty. He has been nominated nine times in the last nine years for Canada’s prestigious Gemini Awards, four times in the category “Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series”, and five times for “Best Sound for a Dramatic Program”. In 1993 he received another Gemini nomination for music on the film “Eli’s Lesson”, starring Jack Palance. Recent projects to which Rob has contributed his talents as a composer and sound mixer include the hugely popular CTV series “Corner Gas”, and two historical mini-series, “The Englishman’s Boy” and “Prairie Giant: The Tommy Douglas Story” (CBC-TV). Rob was also responsible for the theme and underscoring on CBC’s “Canadian Antiques Roadshow”.
Rob is also a published author, with a successful science/philosophy book about the nature of reality, called “Imagining the Tenth Dimension”. Famous science author Greg Bear (winner of both the prestigious Nebula and Hugo awards) had this to say about Rob’s book: “A fascinating excursion into the multiverse—clear, elegant, personal, and provocative”. Well-known author and research scientist David Jay Brown called Rob’s book “one of the most brilliantly conceived and mind-stretching books I have ever read”. The companion website for the book, found at tenthdimension.com, has attracted over four million unique visitors from around the world since its launch.
Since 1995, Rob has managed the operations of Talking Dog Studios, which as of 1999 was the only studio between Toronto and Vancouver fully authorized by Dolby Laboratories for theatrical 5.1 mixing. In 2004 he bought out his partners and became Talking Dog’s sole owner, which has a full-time staff of 10 year round, and creates employment for as many as 14 additional engineer