The NeTV2 design targets two major use scenarios referred to as "NeTV classic" mode (video overlays with encryption) and "Libre" mode [deep video processing, but limited to unencrypted feeds due to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Section 1201].
The system also features a convenient HTTP API which uses POST commands to issue events to the screen and control device behavior. This, combined with zero-configuration (zeroconf) discoverability via Bonjour, makes integrating NeTV with other networked devices (such as a smartphone or laptop) a snap.
The NeTV2 Board comes with a hackable case to hold the development board and a mated Raspberry PI. Designed to be easily assembled, disassembled, and customizable, the case features an array of M2.5 mounting bosses on a 30mm grid, enabling extra boards or components to be added with ease.