This is experimental. Some browsers do not support AudioContext. Explanation below.
Select an image file and then click on it.
Select an image. Mouseover the image to hear a sound representing the color at that point. Color is represented by the first/third/fifth of a chord (i.e. C E G ).
The first or chord root is the hue (purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red). Purples have a high pitch, reds have a low pitch, with the other colors in between.
The volume of the third represents the saturation of the color. A bright red apple will have a loud third while washed-out old jeans will have a quiet third.
The volume of the fifth represents the value (brightness/darkness) of the color. Dry beach sand would have a loud fifth while wet, rich potting soil would have a quiet fifth.
Transparent registers as black.