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"Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica and is widely regarded as the most important innovator in scientific and technical computing today." - Stephen Wolfram
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Posted 2015-06-09, 12:56 AM in reply to Chruser's post "Heliopolis"
Time for more!

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Posted 2015-06-10, 09:40 PM in reply to Chruser's post starting "Time for more! ..."




And... buljong?
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Posted 2015-06-11, 03:29 PM in reply to -Spector-'s post starting "http://zelaron.com/buljong/gallery/pyra0..."
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And... buljong?

Bouillon. Useful for making delicious soup.

Try generating some new artworks: http://zelaron.com/buljong/imhotep.h...entered=random

Set it to verbose=1 if you want to save the rule used to generate the picture, in case you expect to come across something particularly interesting. I honestly don't know what kind of crazy things it might output. I've seen sine waves, triangular and rectangular grids, Wolfram's rule 30 (which is used to generate random numbers and also occurs in nature, among other things), highways resembling those produced by Langton's ant, etc.

As far as I know, no-one has played around with the model for cellular automata I'm using.
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Posted 2015-06-12, 11:37 AM in reply to Chruser's post starting "Bouillon. Useful for making delicious..."
I got it to generate some pretty weird shit but I don't know what would be considered particularly interesting or abnormal. Anyway, here's some:
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Posted 2015-06-12, 09:41 PM in reply to -Spector-'s post starting "I got it to generate some pretty weird..."
I haven't seen anything like the lonely triangle in your first example before. Pretty neat! Nice and strange textures, overall, too.

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Posted 2015-06-13, 10:49 AM in reply to Chruser's post starting "I haven't seen anything like the lonely..."
I don't know the internal workings of this generator but I was attempting to provoke weird outputs by altering the colors parameter to things like -0, 1.2, 5-3, 3(3), *, etc. Like I said I don't know how its scripted so for all I know any non-(positive)numerical input could default to 3.
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