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NeTV2 – An open video development board in a PCI express form factor @crowd_supply @bunniestudios


NeTV2 | Crowd Supply.

An open video development board in a PCI express form factor that supports overlaying content on encrypted video signals. Let’s bring open video to the digital age!

Currently, innovation in digital video is severely hampered by the legal restrictions of Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). The NeTV2 is an FPGA-based development board optimized for open digital video applications, and just like any other development board, the access capabilities of the NeTV2 are limited by the law. Relatedly, with the help of the EFF, I’ve filed a lawsuit against the US government to reclaim our rights to innovation and expression with all forms of digital video. As a backer of this campaign, you will not only get a great FPGA development board, you will also be helping to make the case that there is a real demand for the freedoms to innovate and express in digital video.

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