Danny sez, "Lumera is an open-hardware, open source prototype that plugs into your fancy SLR camera, connects to your phone via WiFi or Bluetooth, and lets you automatically upload pictures to sites like Flickr or a USB backup, change your camera settings like focus or ISO settings, or run timelapsed photograph sessions."
$170 gets you an earlybird deal (limited quantites); $190 gets you one at full-price.
It feels like an EyeFi with a bit more brains.
Hackbo is Bogota's finest hackerspace, and current home to the Lumera team.
They're currently fundraising on kickstarter to turn the prototype into a production run. It looks pretty smart, as well as a potentially promising base for a new hackerspace-built business.