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Image of humanoid obtained at angle 177°.

Item #: SCP-CN-1501

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: All extant copies of SCP-CN-1501 are stored in the security server of Site-CN-816. All other devices installed with SCP-CN-1501 should be destroyed. If a foundation member, other than personnel on the SCP-CN-1501 team, requires access to the object, the request should be made to the leader of the SCP-CN-1501 team. The team should, as a long-term action, monitor the Internet for content resembling or relating to SCP-CN-1501. Should any be confirmed, the content should be archived and contained. The IP-address posting the content should be documented and traced.

Description: SCP-CN-1501 is an image processing app named Mipicu, with a size of approximately 13.1MB. Its first appearance was in April 2020, when the object, through unknown means, becomes available for download in all main app stores. Currently, all attempts to trace the creator of SCP-CN-1501 have failed.

When SCP-CN-1501 is used to process a photo by the photo-taker, an operation named Mipic-extend becomes available. Photos undergoing this operation will show pictures that would be taken from the same point as the original, when the camera is rotated by an angle horizontally. The angle of rotation is freely adjustable from 0° to 360°. As reported by experimenters, when the angle is not larger than 50°, the image shows accurately objects that are outside the scope of the camera in the original photo. When the angle increases above 50°, the image obtained would deviate from the reality. In this stage, the photo-taker would show symptoms of vomiting, which becomes more severe with the increase of the angle.

Recorded deviations from real life include, but are not limited to:

  • Depicted animals show symptoms of pupil dilation and vitreous body leakage.
  • Depicted liquids become highly and anomalously opaque and viscous.
  • Depicted human individuals have highly convergent facial features, and gaze towards the phoro-taker's direction.
  • Depicted clothing appear highly deteriorated with large pieces of reddish-brown stains.
  • Depicted fruits of plants are changed to highly decomposed human organs.
  • Depicted animal faces are anomalously increased in clarity. Enlargement of the animal face images would show that random animal reproductive organs are reflected in the eyes.
  • Double exposure with an unknown image. This often causes large shadows in the distance
  • Text in the image displace a relationship to [DATA EXPUNGED].
  • Highlights to dark regions of the image. The highlighted regions often displays [DATA EXPUNGED].

When the angle increases to approximately 170°, the image shows an unknown humanoid at approximately 0.1 m behind the photo-taker. The humanoid has nonhuman facial features. In obtained pictures, the humanoid always show a tendency to move quickly towards the direction of the photo-taker; therefore, only an blurred outline could be obtained. Currently, no method of gaining more information about this humanoid is known.

When this unknown individual appears, photo-takers immediately display the symptoms of vomiting internal organs, said organs turning inside-out and [DATA EXPUNGED]. Therefore, experiments have not yielded any samples from carcasses of photo-takers. The features of images from angle 180° and above are currently unknown.

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