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SCP-3081

Item #: SCP-3081

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3081 is to be kept in a 10m x 10m room outfitted with concrete walls an extensive sprinkler system, a power source and a computer with access to the site's intranet in the secured general holding area at Site-15. Staff with Level 2 or higher clearance may have access to SCP-3081, with a staff with Level 2 clearance are required to have a staff with a higher clearance level present at all times during testing. Following Incident 3081-1, SCP-3081 is not to be left hooked up to a computer for longer than five hours outside of testing.

Description: SCP-3081 is a 7m x 7m x 7m cube of an unknown alloy with a large 3.5m x 3.5 metal sliding door at the front and a series of wires extending from a hub in the back. Symbols in an unknown language can be scrawled directly above the wire hub of the device. The object appears to lack any interior hardware and lighting when observed from the interior or exterior, however, once connected to a power source and a computer, SCP-3081's anomalous properties become evident.

When hooked up to a computer, regardless of OS or hardware, the onscreen task bar will display a set of varying symbols and indicate that a device is installing despite no disk having been inserted and the computer having no internet access. The device will appear as a printer in the computer's Devices and Printers section of the Control Panel. When an image is selected and printed, SCP-3081's door will close and the machine will appear to activate, making noises comparable to an average printer, but with a vastly increased decibel. After several minutes SCP-3081's door1 will open and an instance of printed image (now referred to as an instance of SCP-3081-1) will have appeared within SCP-3081. In the case that a living object is printed, whether the subject is real or not, the object will be a fully viable specimen with all organs and behaviors present. Objects produced will appear in whatever dimension that was apparent in the image. Objects produced will typically lack anomalous properties beyond what is expected.

SCP-3081 will typically only print objects when instructed to do so, but, when left alone for extended periods of time while hooked up to a computer, SCP-3081 will begin to print random objects off the internet. Following Incident 3081, SCP-3081 is not to be left hooked up to a computer for longer than five hours outside of testing.

If left connected to a computer for more than five hours when not in use, SCP-3081 will turn on by itself and print out an instance of SCP-3081-2. SCP-3081-2 are tall humanoids with translucent skin and luminescent veins, long arms and legs, each ending in three finger-like fingers, and no visible orafaces or reproductive organs. Following their initial appearance, instances of SCP-3081-2 will phase through any obstructing matter, which is theorized to be done through accelerated vibrating of their cells, and proceed to hunt down any humans on-site and attempt to touch them. Once an individual has been touched by SCP-3081-2 they will enter a comatose caused by ███████████. Subjects affected by SCP-3081-2 have yet to return to consciousness.

Instances of SCP-3081-2 show an adverse reaction to water and will collapse shortly afters brought into direct contact with it. Instances are unable to move through high voltage electric barriers and mobile barriers are to be used in the case an instance of SCP-3081-2 can not be immediately terminated. Instances show no apparent sentience beyond the ability to identify humans and the reasons for it doing so are currently unknown.

Security footage and testing of the research computers have revealed no activity beyond typical sleep behaviors of the device. Testing is currently ongoing to see if the computer is somehow acting as a medium between SCP-3081 and an outside source during the manifestation of SCP-3081-2.

Additional Notes: SCP-3081 was brought to the attention of the Foundation when reports of strange creatures resembling ████ roaming the area the began coming into the local police department and subsequently a Foundation agent doing a routine check-up of the area. The device was found partially buried on the property of ████ in Biei-Cho in the Hokkaido prefecture. During an interview, the individual who owned the land claimed to have found the device laying in the field early that morning and didn't know where it had come from.

Addendum: Cameras (or foreign objects of any kind) that are placed inside of SCP-3081 will immediately stop functioning the moment the door closes and will have vanished once it has opened. Attempts to track the vanished objects have also failed.

Testing Log

Log Format
Image:
Result:

Research Personnel: Dr. █████, and Research Assistants █████, █████, and █████.

Test 3081-1
Image: A naval orange
Result: Orange with insides intact was found inside SCP-3081.

Test 3081-2
Image: an altocumulus cloud
Result: Upon SCP-3081 opening, the room was filled with a heavy yet harmless fog. The computer had to be replaced due to water damage but SCP-3081 appeared unaffected.

Test 3081-3
Image: A Rattus norvegicus (brown rat)
Result: Rat scurried out of SCP-3081. Testing revealed that the rat lacked organs and instead appeared to be filled with ink. Subject died several hours later.

Test 3081-4
Image: Multicolored spots
Result: Small colored spots appeared on the floor inside SCP-3081. The spots appeared to lack dimension and researchers were unable to remove the spots from the floor. Spots disappeared during the following test.

Test 3081-5
Image: A crayon drawing of rainbow
Result: A thin wax rainbow was found inside SCP-3081. The object shattered when attempts were made to move it.

Test 3081-6
Image: A detailed drawing of a small dragon
Result: A small dragon flew out of SCP-3081 and proceeded to attack researchers with claws and fire. The Dragon appeared two-dimensional when viewed and was invisible at certain angles. The subject dissolved into a pool of ink several hours when researchers attempted to dissect it. How the dragon was able to physical harm or release fire is still unknown.

It'd probably be for the best we avoid printing any particularly dangerous or unpredictable predators. We don't need any needless injuries or deaths. -Dr.█████

Test 3081-7
Image: A Kodiak brand camera
Result: A fully functioning Kodak with batteries and film appeared in SCP-3081. Testing revealed no anomalous properties.

Test 3081-8
Image: A photoshopped photograph of paper swans in flight.
Result: Paper swans flew out of SCP-3081. Once all objects had been gathered, it was discovered that they were made of ordinary origami behavior. The subjects displayed behaviors common to Grus japonensis (red-crowned cranes) and several collapsed and ceased function after submerging themselves in water. The remaining cranes ceased to function several hours later.

Test 3081-9
Image: A complete anatomical chart of Felis catus that included muscle and bone structure, internal organs as well as the exterior of the animal at multiple angles.
Result: A fully functioning instance of Felis catus emerged from SCP-3081. Testing revealed that subject was anatomically correct and possessed all the means to survive and possessed all behaviors typical of the species.

Test 3081-10
Image: A three-dimensional anatomic model of a human being with organs and bones visible.
Results: [DATA EXPUNGED]

Let's avoid anything even remotely human in further tests. That was not only disgusting but terrifying - I'll be having nightmares for years. - Dr. █████

Test xxx-11
Image: A photo of a sealed cardboard box.
Result: A cardboard box appeared inside SCP-3081. When researchers found that instead of being hollow, the object was instead a solid block of cardboard.

Test 3081-12
Image: A character from a popular cartoon
Result: Character emerged from the device, appearing in two-dimension. Subject complained of severe pain, growing increasingly distressed as time passed. Subject died several hours, dissolving into a pool of ink upon death.

Another one to avoid. I don't care how "cool" it would be to have a Toon Town situation. Besides, what makes any of you think O5 Command would even remotely approve? - Dr. █████

Note: It would appear that the nature of the objects SCP-3081 prints directly reflect the input. The more detailed the image, the more detailed the result. Tests are still ongoing as we're still unsure of how it's able to figure out certain unlisted aspects of the pictures, such as the animals' behaviors and the medium of the drawings. We're still unsure how it produces instances of SCP-3081-2, and we definitely have more to learn about this thing. - Dr. █████

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