An experimentation in music visualization.
Created by KAPITAN! / Lauri-Matti Parppei
Requires Paper.js and Howler.js libraries.
Live version: http://www.mustavalo.com/vk/
Please note: I am not a coder and don't have much experience with writing any code whatsoever. All of what you see here was learned from scratch and built from the ground up after numerous hours of errors and mistakes, so please excuse all the bad programming. The strangest parts I've tried to explain, but it's still sort of a mess. Dread at your own risk!
The core of all this is the rendering queue - the first thing you perhaps want to do is to clean out all of the music video parts.
I've edited out some PHP scripts from this open source version to get it working locally without a HTTP server, but there might be few remains of AJAX calls etc.
Hopefully this will inspire some better and fancier things and help those trying to create interactive experiences for the web.
- Clearing the music video concept out of this and making it more of a procedural animation tool for the web
- MIDI controls? (http://www.keithmcmillen.com/blog/making-music-in-the-browser-web-midi-api/)
- Node.js support?
The whole thing is released under the MIT License. Thanks to numerous people at Stack Overflow and the creators of Paper.js.
Graphic designer and filmmaker