Emotion Box
Item#: XXXX
Level3
Containment Class:
Decommissioned
Secondary Class:
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Disruption Class:
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Risk Class:
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Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX has been dismantled, as per the mandate of the SCPF Decommissioning Department. The SCP-XXXX Project has been summarily discontinued due to the low research value of its results. Blueprints of SCP-XXXX itself are to be preserved within the Site-17 DEEPWELL Records Vault for future consultation pertaining to consciousness-interfaces.

Description: SCP-XXXX designates a device which allows a single user to interact with a consciousness-to-machine interface, allowing for constrained experience of simulated environments and translation of the subconsciousness into rudimentary binary. The device is primarily composed of non-anomalous components, including a central chamber to house its user and an output station for observing personnel. Within the central chamber is a Type-III ("Full Body") nervous-injection device which constitutes SCP-XXXX's primary anomalous component: a system of self-actualizing memetic vectors which access and translate a user's consciousness into binary code.

In 2017, SCP-XXXX was constructed by the now-defunct Department of Conscious Affairs to provide real-time simulations which could prepare Foundation personnel for containment breaches, combat training, and anomalous objects which obstruct standard forms of communication. SCP-XXXX's design significantly deviated from its intended purpose, as a result of advances made in applied memetics between 2017 and 2025. Modifications to accommodate modern memes into an outdated vector resulted in an over-reliance on human input in the consciousness-to-machine interface, effectively transforming the simulations produced by SCP-XXXX into virtual sandboxes for users. Mechanical controls to balance this have thusfar only neutralized the user's inhibitions during a simulation, creating a true free-consciousness interface facilitated by machinery.

Following significant delays in production, the SCP-XXXX project was terminated and SCP-XXXX ordered to be decommissioned.

Addendum.XXXX.1: Exit Interview Transcript


Interviewed: Dr. Tefling Grant

Interviewer: Dr. Anthony Roswell

Time: 8:00 10/12/2025

Location: Site-17


<Begin Log>

Roswell: Ah! Dr. Grant, please, have a seat. This will just be a few minutes.

Grant: Right. What do you need from me?

Roswell:

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