macOS 10.7 or later
Windows 7 or later
Utaime is a software that changes any sight into sound/music. There are three variations of Utaime; Mai (for movement), Nozomi (for scenery) and Tomoshibi (for light). It runs anywhere there is a macOS or Windows computer with speakers and a camera(s) connected. At your shop, school, office, on stage, home - wherever you want.
A camera detects movement and transforms it into sound. It makes sound only when something is moving, and the pitch and volume depend on how fast it moves. It's a good idea to use it for dance which enables the dancer to adapt sound/music for a dance - the opposite of common ways. You don't need anyone to play sound/music as the system runs automatically.
A camera detects objects and transforms them into sound. It makes sound only when there is/are object(s), and the tone and volume depend on color and brightness of every object. The bigger the object is, the lower the sound becomes. It's a good idea to use it for the scenery seen from a train/vehicle window or a boat traveling on a river.
A camera detects light and transforms it into sound. It makes sound only when there is light, and the tone and volume depend on color, brightness of every light. This version of Utaime was developed for a city scale project to "listen" to the controlled nightview of Beppu, Japan.