In Matrix: Resurrections what are the nano magnets

which comprise the real world form of Morpheus?

What are they made of, their material properties, features, and how do they work?

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In The Matrix Resurrections, it is an invention called an exomorphic-particle codex. With the shared technology of synthients that made an alliance with humans, they invented this nanomagnet (magnetic nanoparticle) technology, which gave programs (like Morpheus) the ability to access the real world outside the Matrix.

When Neo asks "How does it work?", the answer was paramagnetic oscillation. They can also download the codex manual. There aren't any other details provided about the technology.

However, if we check what paramagnetism is and what paramagnetic materials are in the real world, it can give an idea:

Paramagnetism is a form of magnetism whereby some materials are weakly attracted by an externally applied magnetic field, and form internal, induced magnetic fields in the direction of the applied magnetic field.
Paramagnetic materials include aluminium, oxygen, titanium, and iron oxide (FeO). Therefore, a simple rule of thumb is used in chemistry to determine whether a particle (atom, ion, or molecule) is paramagnetic or diamagnetic: if all electrons in the particle are paired, then the substance made of this particle is diamagnetic; if it has unpaired electrons, then the substance is paramagnetic.

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