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Cellular Automaton

Cellular Automaton

Breed – Driessens & Verstappen: Evolutional Diffusion Lattices   ‘One initial cell, a cube, engenders throughout successive stages of cell division a complex, multi-cellular “body”. Morphogenetic rules determine how the division of a cell occurs, dependent on its situation between the cells surrounding it. Every potential situation has a separate rule, so a cell surrounded on all sides by other cells may divide differently from a cell that only has a neighbour on the left ... ‘

Breed – Driessens & Verstappen: Evolutional Diffusion Lattices ‘One initial cell, a cube, engenders throughout successive stages of cell division a complex, multi-cellular “body”. Morphogenetic rules determine how the division of a cell occurs, dependent on its situation between the cells surrounding it. Every potential situation has a separate rule, so a cell surrounded on all sides by other cells may divide differently from a cell that only has a neighbour on the left ... ‘

1.0 Platónská tělesa, 2009

1.0 Platónská tělesa, 2009

1.6 Toroid, prostorové kresby led diodami na anuloidu,model 1m, 2013

1.6 Toroid, prostorové kresby led diodami na anuloidu,model 1m, 2013

1.5 Toroid, prostorové kresby led diodami na anuloidu,model 1m, 2013

1.5 Toroid, prostorové kresby led diodami na anuloidu,model 1m, 2013

Toroid 4.0

Toroid 4.0

1.3 Struna, rotační sinusoid, el. luminescenční drát mezi 2 motory, 2012

1.3 Struna, rotační sinusoid, el. luminescenční drát mezi 2 motory, 2012


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Jonathan McCabe is an Australian digital artist and systems engineer.    These images were generated using a cellular automata program he authored. Each pixel represents the state of the 4 cells of 4 cellular automata, which are cross coupled and have their individual state transition tables. There is a "history" or "memory" of the previous states which is used as an offset into the state transition tables, resulting in update rules which depend on what has happened at that pixel in previous…

Jonathan McCabe is an Australian digital artist and systems engineer. These images were generated using a cellular automata program he authored. Each pixel represents the state of the 4 cells of 4 cellular automata, which are cross coupled and have their individual state transition tables. There is a "history" or "memory" of the previous states which is used as an offset into the state transition tables, resulting in update rules which depend on what has happened at that pixel in previous…

Rule 30 updated in random order

Rule 30 updated in random order

Michael Hansmeyer - Cellular Automata 11

Michael Hansmeyer - Cellular Automata 11

object-e architecture: Cellular automata examples

object-e architecture: Cellular automata examples

A one-dimensional cyclic cellular automaton with n = 4, run for 300 steps from a random initial configuration.

A one-dimensional cyclic cellular automaton with n = 4, run for 300 steps from a random initial configuration.

A two-dimensional cyclic cellular automaton after 400 steps starting from a random initial configuration.

A two-dimensional cyclic cellular automaton after 400 steps starting from a random initial configuration.

Rule 30 updated in cyclic order

Rule 30 updated in cyclic order

First glider discovered in a cellular automata on an aperiodic tiling! | Tim Hutton

First glider discovered in a cellular automata on an aperiodic tiling! | Tim Hutton

These remind me of the cellular automaton examples - these are genetic models originally created by Nils Aal Barricelli, a mathematician in the 1950s. They were translated to Processing by NYU professor Alex Galloway (Media, Culture, and Communications department).

These remind me of the cellular automaton examples - these are genetic models originally created by Nils Aal Barricelli, a mathematician in the 1950s. They were translated to Processing by NYU professor Alex Galloway (Media, Culture, and Communications department).

Hglass, 5-neighbor, 2-state, 2D  found by Margolus and Toffoli

Hglass, 5-neighbor, 2-state, 2D found by Margolus and Toffoli

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