This small project is a music visualization tool coded by the students and instructor of CSIT 463: Introduction to Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision. No MIDI files were used and each pixel is being drawn via code. The height of each bubble is determined by the frequency of the note being played and the size of each bubble is determined by the duration of the note being played. Coded in C# using Visual Studio 2012.
Special Thanks To: Eugene Nicks (For music translation), Donald Abdullah-Robinson (For writing an awesome drawing algorithm), Mark Mackey and Jeffrey Swift (For some great ideas realized later on).