Audiolizer is a concept brought to life by Henry Dooley & Matt Feury. The idea is to input an image and then generate a musical improvisation that matches qualities of the image. No melody will ever be repeated. It was created as a project for Georgia Tech's CS 4475: Computational Photography. Special thanks to Irfan Essa for the wisdom, Mike Hirth for the web space, and owners of the above sample images for not suing us. We know the law on fair use.
Audiolizer is currently a work in progress. Click on a portion of the image to regenerate the improviser based on that portion. Use the controls on the left to change the volume, tempo, or riff length. Changing riff length or using the corresponding buttons will generate a new riff.