As N dimensions are added to the modulus, the mathematics of the dynamics seem to grow exponentially. I have added a project phase to further develop N dimension mathematics, as needed. It is likely the power of N dimensional computing will initially exceed the humanoid walking parameters, but will assist in more complex functions such as vision recognition algorithms and AI retentive capabilities.
How does this stack up against today's Big Brain? Favorably. The Big Brain has 100+ dimensions and fits the expansive "n" computers model nicely. The Big Brain has 100,000+ processors, ten times larger than the Matrix Brain. It's multi arrayed and paralleled, not necessarily cubed though it can be, and the processors are mix varied between Propeller cores, Propeller VPs, GPUs and not optical.