The Genuine Concept Imagineering processor or GCI processor was a Celestis meme-mine discovered by Chad Vandemeer while producing Through the Eye of Eternity at UPN and used extensively by Faction Hollywood between 1996 and 1999, most notably to create Michael Brookhaven's film Mujun: The Ghost Kingdom.
While searching the UPN central properties for futuristic props for Through the Eye of Eternity, Vandemeer discovered the GCI processor in store-room #17. Experimentation with the processor resulted in the episodes "Oops Titanic", "There's No Ball Like Cher-No-Ball", and "Miss Hiroshima", which led Vandemeer to conclude that the processor was locked into moments of absolute disaster. Deciding to experiment no further, Vandemeer delivered it to Brookhaven, perhaps as a form of assassination.
Brookhaven intended to twist the meme-mine's purpose of enhancing Celestis ulterior worlds so that he could create the ultimate hollow spectacular and insert his own cinematic histories into the gaps of human culture. He notably spent three years programming every aspect of Mujun into the GCI processor, with all of the filming taking place on 3 September 1999. After Chris Cwej interrupted the filming, leading to Brookhaven's disappearance, the House Military took the GCI processor and left Vandemeer in charge of Faction Hollywood. (PROSE: The Book of the War)