MusicBox is a radically different music mapping and visualization software, developed by Anita Lillie for her Master’s thesis at MIT.
The software was coded in Java, and uses the Processing programming language for the visuals. The software has a lot of potential, but don’t expect it to replace any popular media player interfaces anytime soon. It’s still a work in progress, and MIT owns the rights as of yet.
You can watch a demo video of the software below, or better still – watch it in HD on YouTube.