Chunity is a programming environment developed by a PhD student and associate professor at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Jack Atherton and Ge Wang in 2018. The program uses the programming language ChucK and the real time graphics engine in Unity. I find this project extremely interesting because the tools are driven by audio as the most important component with visual graphics coming second, following the audio. This is contrary to how I would think most programs and tools run, with visual graphics as the main component and audio being secondary. In the algorithms generated using this program, physical changes in the graphics of the program are accompanied by audio, integrated with real time components. When a final project is created using this programming environment, the coder is able to artistically express their vision through how the audio is integrated with the visual graphics.