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Meloread

Meloread helps you pay attention to what you are reading by playing music based on the mood of the webpage you are currently browsing on. The user can choose between different options of ambient music.

It scrapes the currently browsed webpage for the text of the article and/or document (ex. Google Docs) and parses it, transmitting it to IBM Watson Tone Analysis in order to determine the tone/mood of the current reading. It then offers the user an option to play ambient music that is related to the mood of the song.

Created by Gideon Tong and Jane Zhang at Hackathon by the Sea on December 1st, 2017.

Download

You can download the extension from the Google Chrome Web Store.

Compiling

To run this Chrome extension yourself without installing it from the Google Chrome Web Store, you can clone the repository onto your own computer and obtain an IBM Watson API key.

Replace api= with your own API key, and then package the extension into a ZIP file and import into Chrome with Developer mode enabled.

Contribution

Contribution is greatly appreciated! You can visit our website or the GitHub issue tracker to see a list of things that need to be done, or visit our website to simply provide feedback. Thank you so much for your support!

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