An interior device, is any device, wherein something related to the format of a piece of art or technology, through label of function from name in alternative to learning from the piece.
The device, has an innocuous function, but can be seen as the cause of the entire plot’s conflict, while also being the titled condition of the cause, presumably in the medium discussed through problematic behavior.
An example, is Lord of the Flies, and remedial literature students. The conch shell, is the book, wherein the children, attempt to play out the plot, fighting over the right to read the book or play with the plot. Meanwhile, the secondary name, is the function of what the trap is, the pig’s head on a stick being remedial education, killing cops and their kids.
The worst part, and perhaps most amusing if you’ve seen these goblins move about (without being targeted, of course, for eschewing fiction or any form of play, and merely focusing on school), is that they don’t seem to be aware that they’re using Lord of the Flies, and may be placed outside of remedial logic; however, their parents may have been remedially schooled in literature, hence they act like the villains in the novel (the people fighting over the right to read the book, or act it out).
There are other versions of the interior device, such as the gold coin, in the Mario Brothers, where you are gathering a type of device unimportant to the game itself, losing your precious time in completing a game by gathering one hundred marks of pointless neural shaping, just for a single extra life, instead of completing the level on time and moving onto your family, having played your fill of the video game.
That particular interior device, is gaming, from having approached a challenge position, for a meaningless goal of pride, instead of being with your family, particularly represented in video games and the non-pattern scramble from collecting the coins, actually punishing you for being a gamer.
It appears Mario is educational software.