11
Mar
07

The Beautilful Music that Code Makes

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I’m still not quite certain I get what is going on here. It seems that an MIT student has been using a new programming language (Processing) to create a system that responds to aural stimuli. He then records the video and places it online for all to see, alongside the music that was being played for the system.

Nova (video)

Trentemoller Strikes Again (video)

(via Motionographer)

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1 Response to “The Beautilful Music that Code Makes”


  1. 1 Jim
    March 12, 2007 at 6:22 pm

    Cool. How is this related to the code though?


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