May 23, 2013

POSTED BY

Guillaume Boucher

CATEGORY

Musical Drawing

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZX-9b1W7WZU#! Ed Burton, formerly of SodaPlay, and now a design student at Queen Mary University in London, has recently worked on the relationship between graphic design and sound with his project “Tunetrace.” He designed an iPad and iPhone application that translates any drawing into music. The program uses open source …

Ed Burton, formerly of SodaPlay, and now a design student at Queen Mary University in London, has recently worked on the relationship between graphic design and sound with his project “Tunetrace.” He designed an iPad and iPhone application that translates any drawing into music. The program uses open source libraries which then transform the drawing into polygons coresponding to particular sounds. Each drawing plays an orignial melody. Ed Burton wants to push designers to explore more coding in order to create powerful and interesting user experiences.

“I made Tunetrace interpret the lines of a drawing as lines of code so that anyone who can doodle can feel some of the mystery and surprise of programming.” Burton explains.

To get the App go here!

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