I have two ideas. I want some feed back. Stuff like if their done already, boring, bad hook. Take in mind that these are the bare bones of the idea and will take a sandbox to completely express what i'm thinking. Right now I just want to know how the ideas are.
Psychoanalytic Reality Recorder: A normal looking hand held recorder (the type used to take memos and notes). Contains 4 buttons fast forward, play, pause, and rewind. Pressing play will result in an introduction by a man name Dr. Carl Judman. Judman is able to talk with anyone using the recorder, and will be able to provide them with in depth information on the psyches of any sentient being when asked. Pressing fast forward will first result in a cautionary warning from Judman saying something like "The borders between thought and reality are a dangerous threshold for the ill prepared". Continuing to press fast forward will result in a whole new terrain created, more or less a tangible environment made from the users mind. Pressing pause will result in the cancellation of this terrain and bring said user back to where ever they were first. Creating an environment can also bee done for other beings at the users request. Pressing rewind will bring the user through a roulette of different environments each one unique. Environments can be so complex that the person using it may not even be able to comprehend what they see, others can be as simple as a never-ending plain of grass. Each environments are unpredictable and sometimes can harm the user, the best environment to be in is your own.
Blinkers (more of a joke scp): Minuscule creatures that look like grey dots floating around. They are undetectable by every form of surveillance equipment and unable to be seen by the human eye. They emit a small amount of heat and require a very powerful form of thermal detector to see them. When breathed in Blinkers emit a small shock that goes un-felt, but when enough are inhaled the sum of their shock can cause multiple writing based mental and vision errors that we believe is our mind playing tricks on us. Blinkers tend to cause people to read the same line of a sentence multiple times before they realize it. They are also the cause of people writing repeated words in written works. When to much are inhaled at once these blinkers can cause writing blocks that last for hours.