Audiograph is a small project I built in my free time over a two-week period in April. It’s a music visualizer for the 2016 album TRANS by Pilotpriest, rendering in real-time with WebGL and WebAudio.
In this post I’ll explain the process and some discoveries along the way.
After learning about Dolby’s Web Audio challenge at FITC Toronto, I was motivated to build a captivating audio-visual experience with WebGL. With only two weeks left in the challenge, I knew it had to be a small and focused project.
I’ve always been a huge fan of Beeple and his Everydays series. The vivid colours, bloom, film grain, and other lens effects give his work a lot of texture, and I’ve often wondered how to emulate the aesthetic in WebGL.
Select works by Beeple
At its core, Audiograph is really just some simple geometry moving toward the camera. As with one of my
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