OpticSpy

by Grand Idea Studio

A tool to explore optical data transmissions and covert channels

View all updates Apr 30, 2018

OpticSpy is Here

Hi everyone-

By way of Zhuhai, Shenzhen, Chicago, and Memphis, the OpticSpy modules have safely arrived in Portland! Here’s photographic evidence:

Crowd Supply will handle the fulfillment of orders and units will ship out to backers shortly.

I’ll be giving a short talk about OpticSpy and co-hosting a workshop with the Tomu creators at Teardown: Portland 2018 in May. If you’re at the event, please stop by and say hello!

With the OpticSpy campaign and manufacturing run complete, this hereby concludes my Crowd Supply updates. All documentation is available on my site. Any future product updates will be posted there, as well.

If you run into problems or have any questions, you can contact Crowd Supply or reach out to me directly.

I’m looking forward to seeing what you all do with the OpticSpy and please let me know if you have anything to share!

Thank you again for your support :)

Joe

@joegrand


$13,310 raised

of $4,900 goal

271% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$49

OpticSpy

Get your hands on a single OpticSpy unit and dive into the world of optical communications interfaces.


$59

OpticSpy + Tomu Bundle

This bundle gives you an OpticSpy and Tomu, a tiny ARM microprocessor which fits in your USB port. With this combination of receiver and transmitter, you can easily set up your own optical interface between two computers.

Credits

Grand Idea Studio

Grand Idea Studio is a product design, development, and licensing firm with a focus on consumer devices and open source modules for electronics hobbyists. It is run by computer engineer and hardware hacker Joe Grand.


Joe Grand


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