Clarion Lite

October 2018 | By OpenUp Music & Use All Five

An expressive, adaptable musical instrument in your web browser.

A colorful circular pattern made out of pill shapes
This experiment lets you make music in different ways, using simple shapes on your screen. Explore the different patterns to find layouts that work best for you.

You can play using your mouse and keyboard. Or, turn on your webcam and track a point on your body, like your nose. Note that your images are not being stored or sent to any Google servers while interacting with the experiment.

The experiment is a collaboration with Open Up Music. It brings features of their accessible musical instrument Clarion into the web browser for anyone to try. The web experience was made by Use All Five, Kyle Phillips, Claire Kearney-Volpe, Luisa Pereira, Yotam Mann, and Google Creative Lab. Special thanks to friends at Henry Viscardi School at The Viscardi Center, Tech Kids Unlimited, and ADAPT Community Network.