February 8, 2013 at 1:53 pm

Turn Any MP3 Into a Sonic Wormhole Or Something

reactive loop waveform visualizer

We don’t really know how to describe what is happening above, but we’ll give it a shot.

The Reactive Loop Form Visualizer, a creation from Felix Turner of AirTight Interactive, lets you upload any MP3 on your computer’s hard drive (or use the sample one) in order to turn it into a looped waveform that your Google Chrome browser appears to travel into, sort of like a wormhole in a science fiction movie.

Once it starts, you can tilt the thing and zoom all the way in or our using your mouse or mouse wheel. The free app reacts with lightning precision, with multiple colored lines moving quickly with the music (thus “reactive”). It’s an impressive visualizer, and one that might be just as home on an iPad as a computer.

Pro Tip: Try this with “wonder 2” by My Bloody Valentine.

(via undisco)