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- Selection of 3-dimensional moving creatures on the web.
Alife Art Website by David Griffiths
- A webpage is devoted to the use of artificial life and artificial evolution in the creation of images, animation and music.
- Visual forms of artificial life created in Shockwave.
Art Using StarLogo
- Images created by the motion of artificial life. Simulation constructed using the StarLogo modeling environment.
- The Artificial Painter (AP) software package uses a Genetic Algorithm on Neural Networks
Biotica - an immersive experience of A-life
- A combination of interactive installation immersion, real-time 3D graphics and experimental A-life.
Bomb: A visual-musical instrument
- Alife that responds to a music or a keyboard.
- Genetic art you can evolve and send to others.
- Interactive Sound and Video Artist.
Emergent Systems: Kenneth E. Rinaldo
- A site of artificial life electronic sculpture that looks to the confluence of the biological and technological.
Evolutionary Computer Graphics
- Evolutionary Computer Graphics: An undergraduate thesis.
Explore Self Generating and Interactive Patterns!
- The Expansions Pattern generation programs reveal a unique class of geometric patterns.
- This page is dedicated to Karl Sims, one of the pioneers of evolutionary art and artificial evolution.
Life 2.0 International Competition 1999
- The first international competition seeking to reward excellence in artistic creation that has embedded in it the practices of Artificial Life (A-life).
- An artificial-life model that generates music/MIDI, with downloadable paper, sound examples and software for Win9x/NT.
- Critical, theoretical and historical writing on a-life art.
Organic, Genetic, and Evolutionary Art
- A introduction to those using alife for art.
- An image breeding program using artificial selection to evolve images similar to Karl Sims.
Technology Recapitulates Phylogeny
- This paper discusses the notion of emergence, the result of the collapse of both scientific and artistic barriers which have contributed to the rise of Artificial Life art.
- An interactive "artificial life" installation, a non-autonomous one, because it is a world of autonomous cybernetic vehicles dependent on external light energy.
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