- James Zhang
- Frisco, TX
- United States
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Could life forms be defined by a single algorithm?
I just watched Michael Hansmeyer's presentation on creating shapes algorithmically.
His works were all done by a single simple algorithm and simple starting-states, but they all end up to be infinitely complex in the shapes and effects. So my question is, could we also define our own shapes in a single algorithm, and what possibilities would this yield?