Loligo is an experimental audio tool that generates sound from image data. It allows users to pick up colour values from the current screen content and use them to control sounds and animations. In this way, it is possible to create complex, animated systems of interlocking audiovisual elements. These can be designed to continuously run on their own, or to respond to real-time input (e.g MIDI), and thus, become reactive sound objects, or even musical instruments.
Use the reader-module to read pixel values and trigger sounds or animations.
Drop visual elements on motion paths to animate their position.
Make some generative art with the drawing tool.
Use external footage, like an image sequence or video from a webcam.
Stack audio modules on top of each other to create effect chains.
Bring the sound back to screen again in form of audio-visualisations.