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Colorful Speech

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This Audio Visualization program analyzes speech content, associating colors and/or shapes with words (ie. light colors to express positive; dark colors to express negative), in the same way that audio visualization programs use volume and pitch on music.
strongwarrior, Nov 08 2010

SimpleEmotion Http://www.SimpleEmotion.com
[JesusHChrist, Nov 10 2012]

Colour hearing Colour_20hearing
hear what you see [spidermother, Nov 10 2012]

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       I am positive that this would in no way be able to parse the meaning out of language where the positive and negative were used in close association.   

       It would have no trouble whatsoever with sarcasm.   

       It would also be wicked if it could handle idiomatic usage.
MechE, Nov 08 2010
  

       I can picture Victor Borge saying that we should try to make our speech more colorful, and then inventing a wonderful monologue doing that (somehow).
phundug, Nov 08 2010
  

       This is a terribly good idea, and awfully inventive. However, I foresee problems.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 10 2012
  

       My friend Dr. Noam Amir has developed a system like this that listens to your "emotions" in speech and gives a number quantifying several parameters such as anger, fear, sorrow and stress.   

       [edit]sorry I only saw the links after I wrote my anno.
pashute, Nov 12 2012
  
      
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