Cincinnati Student Helps The Deaf Visualize Music

Summarized by Matthew Dehler, staff writer

Thanks to a recent revelation, music may be more accessible than ever.

Aaron Ziegler, a student at the Seven Hills School in Cincinnati, is developing a device called the Chromatic Music Visualizer. The CMV takes the musical input of any song, reads the values of said music, and converts those values into a visual display. The device has even been programmed to associate different chords with different colors!

“It’s basically able to show them all the emotions in the music in real-time such that they are able to appreciate music with family and friends,” Ziegler says.

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Edited by Stephanie Stott, Staff Writer.

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