Made for makers.
We’ve developed the first ever gif generating DIY spy kit. The surveillance kit is easy to assemble yourself, and with Raspberry Pi 3, it is made for the maker community, designed to be hacked and repurposed. Pre-order the DIY surveillance kit to get notified when it is available and the how-to video is released, along with tips on how to build it yourself.
Everyone is listening.
Governments and corporations are already listening, so why shouldn’t we? This new DIY Surveillance Kit enables everyone to spy on everyone. But unlike conventional eavesdroppers, we’ll listen to conversations and turn them into fun. Once assembled, simply point the parabolic microphone in the direction of the people you want to spy on, and watch as private conversations transform into real-time gifs on the device itself.
The art of spying.
The DIY surveillance kit is an art project designed to raise awareness of data collection, privacy and transparency. Issues that will become even more important in the next 5-10 years as we continue to digitise every aspect of our lives.
“I see U” is an art project designed to raise awareness around data collection, privacy and transparency. It shows the dark side of surveillance against the backdrop of the wild and wonderful interwebs.
“I see U” launched on July 29th at Trailerpark I/O in Copenhagen, where people were invited into an eavesdropping room that projected overheard conversations as real-time gifs on its walls, played with DIY surveillance devices, and learned how to build their own surveillance kit in a hands-on lab.
Trailerpark I/O is a playground for bright and curious minds that explores futuristic and visionary ideas presented through talks, exhibitions, labs, talent and film.