In the summer of 2009, an unnamed scientist working in a dark lab in Southern England stumbled upon a new sonic protocol. Unlike any protocol before, it possessed the ability to transcend the barrier between man and machine, quickly infecting all who were exposed to it. Thus, it was named Neurodriver. Early attempts to isolate Neurodriver failed, and it quickly spread through the consciousness of human beings, aided by the world wide web. It is believed that the protocol contains neural code akin to a computer virus, although its purpose is unknown at this time.