Audio Visual

Description: Created: January 5, 2006. No, I'm not a hippie, nor do I have any desire to be one. But I do like bright swirly colors. Actually, I didn't know how this was going to turn out, it was really a 'technical concept' piece. Here's the 'secret': The waveform is an actual waveform of the word 'audio' being spoken (or at least generated by a text-to-speech converter...) Although the part you can actually see is the "Au-", the rest of it fades into the distance. And the background trippy colors are actually derived from a spectrum analysis of the same wave. Put it all together and it's an "Audio"-visual (HAHAHA!) Yeah, so maybe you have to be a geek to appreciate that humor, but it does look cool. So if you don't get it, just stare at it enjoy the trippy colors.

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