Posts under ‘digital harenizumi’

A Glitch Primer: Editing Image Files With Text Editors

I’ve shared a bunch of glitch-art posts on this blog, including this recent list of iOS glitch apps, so I thought it would be cool to share a little tutorial on how to create your own glitch art using an incorrect editor technique. For a lot of us, glitch-art is something we create with the […]

The Sun&Cloud: a rechargable digital camera by Superheadz

You may have already noticed that I’m a fan of the Digital Harinezumi by Superheadz. It’s close to everything I could want in a casual street camera… but it’s a battery hog. The Harinezumi eats CR2 batteries for breakfast, and at $9 a pop, that’s not cheap. So I was stoked when I had a […]

Recovered shots from my Digital Harinezumi

I snapped a shot and somebody on 6th street didn’t like it, so I deleted it… and, by accident, all the other photos I had taken over the last week. The combination of button presses for “formatting” is surprisingly similar to “deleting” on a Zumi. Thanks to some folks on Twitter I learned that I […]

Some Digital Harinezumi shots from 8bitSF

Last week was the big 8bitSF show in at the DNA Lounge in conjunction with the Game Developers Conference. Lots of talented bands (Bright Primate, Disasterpeace, Crashfaster, etc) on stage and chip music fans in attendance. As a personal challenge, I thought it’d be cool to capture some shots on my Harinezumi, which certainly isn’t […]

Zumi Week: Music Videos

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Harenizumi week is nearly over, but I wanted to share a bunch of Zumi shot music videos from around the web (and one of my own).