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Old 2009-12-11, 16:08
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ReSee - the Reason/Record visualizer

I'd love to see a cartoon character dancing for each track, sized by the volume of the track, moved around by the track's rhythm and tonal characteristics, in front of customizable backgrounds, morphing into and out of abstract forms, with selectable audience rating (general to xxx), in a separate sizable window, with optional assignable instruments/colors/styles. Styles could include such things as old-school cartoons, puppets/marionettes, animals, Dali melt-scape, latest Hubble photos, stick figures with family/friend faces attached, etc. It could be as simple as one-color silhouettes or as complicated as the iTunes dancing black hole visualizer series. A great project for an art school class by the way. If it was open architecture, any designer/artist could add characters/backgrounds, and famous people could promote themselves with free add-ons (like we need more of that...).
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