This design allows you record or broadcast what you experience at protests and demonstrations, hands-free.
This helps bring protests to a larger audience as well as record instances of aggression, assault, or instigation by the police.
This design is a one-size fits all cradle for a mobile phone that sits across the chest. All you need is a bit of tape, cardboard, and string.
Generally, it is OK to record police - but specifics can vary by state. Check your state's laws.
- Keep your phone charged with a mobile battery, streaming and recording uses power quickly.
- You may want to avoid filming other protesters, or hide their identities, as this can be used by police to identify them.
- Use an ACLU app to stream video directly to secure servers: ACLU apps by state
- Secure your phone before protesting