Dawkins Biomorph Viewer

Ξ October 24th, 2005 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Science |


      Biomorph Viewer allows you to intervene directly on the genome. Click one of the genes in the last square and move the mouse, the corresponding genes will be automatically modified. If, during this process, the mouse moves from the box of a gene to another one, the second gene will also be modified. Notice that in gene representation, the circle shows the default basic size.

      Like for all programs dealing with artificial life, the use of Biomorph Viewer needs efforts. Take time to test the different forms, use random function to get original starting data (you may reduce the number of junctions after selecting random biomorphs). Play on the dynamic modifications of the genome (try to make the biomorph dance on the music you're listening to, it can be quite funny !) Approaching artificial life may not appear immediately obvious. Take time to explore and understand and you'll dive into a fascinating universe !


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