“Has Taylor texted yet? Is he ok?” The premise of 3 Minute Games‘s “Lifeline” is that an astronaut has crash-landed on some unknown planet and needs your help. Most of his gear has been totaled, but he’s managed to put enough together to send simple text messages in hopes that some stranger can help him […]
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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 […]
Just got my first shots from my new Belair camera by Lomography. The Belair is a 120 film camera that can shoot 6X6, 6X9, or 6X12 frames. It also features interchangeable lenses and an auto-exposure. At the bottom of this post I’ll post a little mini-review.
When I first heard about Instagram, the popular photo sharing app for the iPhone, I immediately wrote it off as redundant tech. “Why would I want an app that is part Flickr, part Twitter, part 4square and part Hipstamatic?” I wondered, “I already have all of those things!”. When I finally tried the app however, […]
SoundYeah is a new sound app by Pill & Pillow that takes the tired old concept of an MPC style drum layout and mixes it with on the fly recording and gesture based controls. I’ve loved the idea since I saw the early test version in July and now I finally get to play with […]