Noisy Polka Dots
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This project was developed as an assignment at the MSc Media and Arts Technology programme at Queen Mary University of London on November 2016.
The Noisy Polka Dots is an audiovisual generative art project that explores the relationship between sound and colours. It was inspired by a technique called Generative Art, which refers to art pieces that have been created in whole or in parts autonomously by a computer. It has two sides that interact with each other, music and graphics, so at the end, the result will be an audiovisual piece that has been created with these two sides influencing each other.
The visual part of the project was developed in Processing, while the audio part was developed in Max/Msp/Jitter.