The SVC was designed and built by PIE, it uses a dual lens camera aperture that was custom made for me, a 10" or 7" tablet and a pistol grip that had a 1/4" insert so it could connect to a tripod and also be used as a static cam. 75% of it was 3d printed as well. The tablet or viewfinder, show a split screen, 1 lens was full spectrum and the other was what the eye sees,since a tablet was used it recorded still and video and could be live streamed to facebook or any other social media (with an internet connection or hotspot). The SVC also came in a hardshell case.
(because of a company that contacted me and said it was their idea first, the SVC is no longer being made, not sure how it was their idea first when PIE was the first to think of the idea, design and build the SVC)
The dbl diode uses the same internal parts as the raudive diode and the PIE diode. The differences are the shape, size and it uses 2 germanium diodes soldered in series to make the effect of one larger germanium diode instead of 2 smaller germanium diodes.
The raudive diode was invented in the 1960's, this is a remake of the original raudive diode using the same type of parts, only 21st century parts. The housing is also 3d printed where as the original was built in a flip top jewelry box. It has the same premise, as they are both used for spirit communication. It uses a germanium diode, germanium diodes were used in the use of crystal radios and tv's. There is a capacitor used in order to filter out any radio or tv waves. The raudive diode is used plugged into a recorder as an external mic for evps. Since there is no actual microphone used there is no ambient sound recorded.
This is PIE's version of the same raudive diode as above. The only difference is the shape and size. As you can see it is in the shape of a triangle, the size (because of its shape) is a bit larger, but has the same internal parts.
The auto write planchette is 3d printed, and has a front leg that has a removable plug. With the plug removed and a pencil placed in the leg, it can be used on a blank piece of paper while questions are asked of any spirits, and through the people touching the planchette, the answers can be written out. With the plug inserted in the front leg, it can be used as a regular planchette.
The 2 channel mixer is used to connect 2 mics into 1 recorder. Each channels volume can be controlled separately. The housing and volume control knobs are all 3d printed.
(THE 2 CHANNEL MIXER IS NO LONGER BEING MADE)