The last decades have shown that the human sensory system is hardly able to process not local events without technical support. And with technical support, the amount of collected data worldwide, can not be worked up by a single human brain. So either the human sensory organs are not designed to see what is going on in the world, or the human brain is not designed to process this vast amount of data.

The most terrifying problem with the already collected amount of data is a question of trust. Which data analysis can be trusted and which one not? Who is free enough to answer how data is collected, processed, and used? Are the personal data harvested with smartphones safe in the company which provides the service or with the security requirements of a government? 

The worldwide lockdown in 2020 showed what is possible if many people are focused on one problem. The online virus maps, which enabled an overview of the spreading open a vision and another question: How can such online maps be installed for all global challenges?


The world has a communication problem. The main communication strategy in political, economic, or even world saver communities, which wants to be successful, is still about who can scream the loudest? Also, political art sometimes tends in this direction.

And mainly the information exchange in every community works as a cheese dome. Only those who are part of the community stay fully informed. These special rooms of perception, always comprise only one specific community. And the larger one room of perception becomes, the more difficult it is to maintain or recognize a clear flow of information or a clear perspective. And there are already many rooms of perception which overlap in humanity.


The lockdown in 2020 made also visible how fast the inner flow of images and dialogues can be connected with many people not only on a mental level but also on an emotional level. This thesis argues that the intensive cooperation of many people is comparable with the moment a brain processes many impulses from the human sensory system and a decision, an idea or a vision comes alive. 


In such a moment, information is transmitted on different levels and sometimes simultaneously without being expressed. Everyone just knows. 

These very special moments show how individual perception can melt into a room of perception and a human momentum in the transition phase into a new era.


The global flow of information is not grounded in human brains. In many individual views of the world, this flow is still part of a "holy" process. This is a kind of expression that too much information happens at the same time in parallel.
Maybe a view from outside, like an alien perspective, can possibly gain a fresh panorama without sticking to old patterns
From this prospect, it may be possible to claim that all tools are already here to get an overview. And it seems that the reciprocal integration between different groups of interest (rooms of perceptions) is more important than the growth and creation of a singular one.




Fig. 31: Cod A 172 sup fol 236v, Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana. This image from the 12. century depicts Chrysostomos, who writes Paul's Epistle to the Romans. Chrysostomos is directly inspired by a metaphysical jet. His writings become a stream symbolized in water which is drunken by bishops. This incredible book painting can be seen as an early depiction of a wonderful information flow of a specific room of perception.





Fig. 32: Illustration of a possible somatic information flow creating an entity out of a heterarchical organized group similar to neural activity of the human brain during a decision-making process.



Fig. 33: Digital information flow in the 21. century. A specific room of perception seems to create similar entities out of the dynamic interaction of many people. A kind of a specific and embodied form of Dataism.