When we consider Einstein’s Theory of relativity from a geometric perspective, we find it is based on a 2D model of triangulation. Our Geo-Relativistic Model moves this fundamental tenant of modern physic into the 4th dimension.

In this way we are able to engage with a relativistic concept that can account for an infinite number of observers, orientated in time and space.

The model is so simple that there is no need to engage with complicated mathematics. Instead we can use simple compass drawing techniques to explain and resolve some of the most perplexing aspects of relativistic thinking.