A matrix formed by the perception of light, sound, smell, taste and feel. Primarily, a perception matrix contains information about voice and light in most of the Virtual Perception Matrix (VPN) even many Natural Perception Matrix (NPM) relays on the perception of sound and light.

Perception Matrix are classified in four types:

1. Natural Perception Matrix (NPM)

2. Virtual Perception Matrix (VPM)

3. Obvious Natural Perception Matrix (ONPM)

4. Obvious Virtual Perception Matrix (OVPM)

Application of Perception Matrix in the movie “The Matrix – Resurrections”

Visual Perception: Light perception is the process by which an organism or man-made device perceives and interprets light from the environment. Color sensations are human sensory perceptions, and color measurement technology must express them in descriptive and comprehensible quantities.

Visual acuity (VA) is a measure of the ability of the eye to distinguish shapes and the details of objects at a given distance. It is important to assess VA in a consistent way in order to detect any changes in vision. One eye is tested at a time.

Auditory perception: The perception of sound lets an observer perceive the presence of an object producing the sound. Similarly, the perception of light lets an observer perceive the presence of an object emitting light or reflecting light. In short, a sound and a light reveals the presence of a kind of source around.

As we know that the light travels faster than the sound therefore, we perceive light faster than the sound. In terms of what we perceive, we can distinguish three main characteristics that correspond to the characteristics of the sound entering our ear: loudness, pitch, and timbre. For example, if we double the intensity of the incoming sound wave, the loudness of the sound we perceive does not double.

Location of sound: A person’s brain can work out where a sound is coming from. One’s brain receives messages from both ears. The ear closest to the sound hears first. This helps your brain work out where the sound is coming from. A person who cannot hear in one ear can therefore not locate the source of the sound.

Scientific study of perception of sound: Psychoacoustics is the branch of psychophysics involving the scientific study of sound perception and audiology—how humans perceive various sounds. Auditory perception arises from sensing vibrations that exist ubiquitously in the physical world. There are limits of perception – the human ear can nominally hear sounds in the range 20 Hz (0.02 kHz) to 20,000 Hz (20 kHz). The upper limit tends to decrease with age; most adults are unable to hear above 16 kHz. The lowest frequency that has been identified as a musical tone is 12 Hz under ideal laboratory conditions. Tones between 4 and 16 Hz can be perceived via the body’s sense of touch.