allows the performer to digitize (scope) any thought, compare it with other thoughts and compare thoughts with others, and to engage in simulation of various roles.
It can be considered a "party game", similar in concept to Scruples
- "Mind Mirror" -- In-game title
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A mind-movie version of William Gibson's epic novel Neuromancer was in development before the project was given to Interplay. The project used similar technology to Mind Mirror.
Timothy Leary's scientific career began with The Interpersonal Diagnosis of Personality (1950), named the best book of the year by the American Psychological Association. The "Diagnostic Grid," the basis of this book, is the basis of this game.