NEURON ARCHITECTURE is a realtime trance-inducing audio reactive visualizer, playing with the idea of time as Rhythm, each evolving neuron responds to a particular instrument(/frequency), creating a synced visual. The whole experience is a loop in itself, it’s realtime and is everchanging even if the same song is loaded it’ll give a different visual approach, It’s repetitive yet very much not. Each previous frame is snapshotted and paused which gives us this interesting visual response, a play with time in a technical context.
A good Music Visual is truly trance-inducing, it has the ability to capture one right at this moment. Just staring and trying to figure out what is reacting to what instrument is surely meditative. Here, different videos feature different music, Can you figure out what neuron reacts to what instrument? best with headphones!

Time and Play

Music and Time often goes together, they are both a sense of rhythm in this ever-expanding chaos.

A synced Visual experience to an Audio is truly a mesmerizing experience. A lot of music visuals play with this idea and rhythm of time and sync to create mysterium tremendum. 

Chemical Brother’s song StarGuitar, Directed by Michel Gondry plays with rhythmic visuals in a really interesting way, He has visually represented the MIDI Sequence of a full song in a very interesting natural visual. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0S43IwBF0uM

All Audio Visual responses Play with this idea of time and rhythm to create a sense of sync in beautiful chaos.
Some great Audio-Visual Spaceships by f1rstpers0n >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HavYNBe9xww


The underlying Architecture and scripts will also feed into XR Project Multiverse. 
Understandings and learnings and libraries from Peer-Play (A great Resource for someone diving into Audio Reactive with Unity) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBkub2TsbCFIfdhuxRr2Lrw/videos
These Gits by Keijiro are also a great resource for grabbing those audio spectrums: https://github.com/keijiro?utf8=%E2%9C%93&tab=repositories&q=audio&type=&language=

I Play with the idea of Time in a number of ways in this response: 
Time as Rhythm, each evolving neuron responds to a particular instrument(/frequency), creating a synced visual.
The whole experience is a loop in itself, it’s realtime and is everchanging even if the same song is loaded it’ll give a different visual approach, It’s repetitive yet very much not.
Each previous frame is snapshotted and paused which gives us this interesting visual response, which is also a play with time in a technical context.

Time is a mesmerizing Construct.

 

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