Every morph with mesh inserts has the capability to transmit or record their experiences, a form of technology called experience playback, or XP. Since the first programs were developed that provide a simple interface to “snapshot” one’s experiences, it has become extremely popular to share XP with friends and social networks or with the online public at large.
The depth of these experiences depends on how much of the recorded sensory perception is kept when the clip is made. Full XP includes exteroceptive, interoceptive, and emotive tracks. Exteroceptive tracks include the traditional senses of sight, smell, hearing, touch, and taste that process the outside world. Interoceptive tracks include senses originating within the body, such as balance, a sense of motion, pain, hunger, thirst, and a general sense of the location of one’s own body parts. Emotive tracks include the whole spectrum of emotions that can be aroused in a transhumans. Due to the biological requirements (neuronal and endocrine systems) of expressing emotions, hardcore XP aficionados deem only the experience in and from biomorphs as the real deal.