audible color

Audible color does something amazing—it plays music by reading color. Dubbed an “audio-visual instrument,” audible color generates sound based on colors detected by a camera. Created by two students at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), audible color provides a fun and experimental way to compose music. Red, green and blue are assigned different music notes. Droplet size and color mixes allow for manipulations of volume and notes.

TONS of potential and applications here.

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