- Quadcopters. The Model-T of drones, quadcopters are small and relatively cheap, and they can easily carry cameras. The ones in the video are even more basic than most commercial models, made from bicycle tires with 3-D printed parts and outfitted with peace signs and blinking lights.
- 3-D printed guns. The weapons include the Liberator, the first successfully fired 3-D printed gun, and a panoply of bright orange AK-47s that appear behind M.I.A. at 2:10.
- Anti-surveillance masks and scarves, worn as street apparel. They aren't exactly Adam Harvey's Stealthwear, but they're similar.
- Drone Survival Guide Poster! We wrote about this last year. Made by Dutch artist Ruben Pater, the Drone Survival Guide is sort of a cheat-sheet for identifying the strange robots flying overhead. On the back, it offers some rudimentary advice for avoiding surveillance machines.