We call our smart LEDs “Neurons” for various reasons. The first is because, as in our brains, these light particles receive information through electrical impulses. Each of them is independent and manages the information without depending on the rest of the system. However, the coordination of light particles in three-dimensional space is capable of producing an image. Like the Neuron's coordination inside the brain, it is capable of producing an idea.
Our brain is a machine that constructs reality, selects and filters the necessary information. All the impression of reality that we have is based on pieces of information that are completed in our minds and give the impression of continuity.
Likewise, Dragon O is made up of two-dimensional layers of realities that, if observed independently, are generally meaningless. But when they coincide in coordination within the volumetric screen, they make sense. It is our brain that gives meaning to this scheme and assimilates it as coherent and recognizable forms.