The basic images of the original leaves in this work are actually less than 10 cm. However, these images are reconstructed by dividing the information of the light reflected from the leaves into 21,026,306 pixels with fine detail. The significance of these 21 million pixels is that visible sheets of about 10 cm can be very finely controlled and deformable within a computable domain.
In this work, the shape and color of the leaves are preserved intact. On the other hand, the shape of the stem is transformed into a constant calculated structure in the form of a straight line rather than an existing structure extending freely. This symbolically shows that it is no longer a real leaf, but a virtual being which is calculated by algorithms. Moreover, the shape and direction of the actual stem is determined by infinite uncertainty, while the digitized leaf stem means that all potential possibilities are predictable within a limited environment.