The following is really my own conception, but I have no credentials in philosophy. Nevertheless, I find it quite compelling.
It is said (Hegel?) that mind has the property that (a) it is inside something, and (b) its contents are personal and private. (Of course, there are other properties).
It is also said, that the objects of material experience are ideas, that is, objects are ideas.
So, in the conception that I cannot know the contents of others' minds, and therefore that their conscious experience will be a mystery to me, how then is it possible that we may share "ideas", such as ornaments, or bodies, or the environment at large?
From a personal perspective, I have often failed to recognise the inner mental experience of others. But I now find it illuminating, that whilst their consciousness is latent, hidden, residual, when I show an other some ornament or other, I know, in some way or other, he is experience the same idea as am I!
So, it being that objects are ideas, and that the other's consciousness is generally unknowable, could I be forgiven for thinking that the two are connected? And to take it further, could I be forgiven for thinking that the latency of others' consciousness can go some way, in one way or another, into building the waking world of reality as we know it?
All this sets the foundation for my question, and you may or may not disagree with it. But I wondered if there is some name for this view, that consciousness builds reality (it being that reality is physical), and I'm sure this is not a complete theory.