Grand Idea Studio

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Bloomberg Businessweek

Thursday, Oct 4th, 2018

“Having a well-done, nation-state-level hardware implant surface would be like witnessing a unicorn jumping over a rainbow,” says Joe Grand, a hardware hacker and the founder of Grand Idea Studio, Inc. “Hardware is just so far off the radar, it’s almost treated like black magic.” [ continue ]

The New York Times

Saturday, Sep 22nd, 2018

At Defcon, one of the world’s largest hacking conferences, new pressures are reshaping the community’s attitudes toward privacy and anonymity. Joe Grand, who for many years operated under his alias, Kingpin, understands the complexities of the relationship as well as anyone.  [ continue ]

Motherboard

Tuesday, Sep 18th, 2018

Grand was tasked with designing the first ever electronic badge, which premiered at Def Con 14 in 2006. The first badge didn’t include any games or puzzles, but was meant to be a sort of platform that would allow people to familiarize themselves with hardware hacking. Grand continued to design Def Con’s electronic badges for the next four years and challenged himself to put a new spin on them each time.  [ continue ]

Engadget

Wednesday, Aug 29th, 2018

Hacker Joe Grand has an idea about how to share information using LED lights. He built OpticSpy, a device that converts an optical signal (visible or infrared) into a message. The OpticSpy “reads” light pulses, converts the data into words and sends the correspondence off to a connected computer via USB. [ continue ]

Attify Webinar

Sunday, Aug 19th, 2018

Aditya Gupta from Attify talks to the popular hardware hacker and creator Joe Grand from Grand Idea Studio on his journey in hardware exploration, doing TV shows, and creating bestselling products. [ continue ]

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