TAPe opens up new technological oppotunities that can be referred to as a new way of processing information. Science has not yet fully explained what exact processes happen in the brain and how, and information perception is one of them. Unlike computers, people do not have to do complex calculations to determine, for example, a ball flight trajectory in order to catch the ball—our brain is able to do it without resorting to calculations. In reality, the human brain does not use the maths we are accustomed to—and, most likely, it does not use any maths at all, but has other processes underway instead. And TAPe describes for the first time at least part of those processes. At the very least, this allows creating recognition technology that models the way the human brain works—and achieves the same effectiveness—even as we speak.