Visuals to Audio Submission

Here is the video for the final stage of the Visuals to Audio app that I was able to achieve within the time constraints of the course. There are two ways to change the sound output of this app — by filtering the visual data (one example implemented is thresholding) or by tweaking the waveform (one example implemented is switching between sine and sawtooth). Future plans for extending this include more preset filters for the visuals, and more waveforms. Another enhancement would be in-built window management, as now every new window needs to be a separate copy of the app.

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