One dimensional Cellular Automata, a work in progress.
Each row is a generation, consisting of a line of cells.
The state of a cell depends on the state (in the previous row) of the cells to the left, above, and to the right.
You can edit the set of rules that govern how cells change.
The initial rule set just copies the state of the immediate parent.
Be sure to click Update after you change the rules.
There are many limitations, most of which I hope to correct as time allows.
updated 4 Dec 2002
- There is no way to change the palette colors
- There is no way to change the number of distinct states
- There is no way to change the number of columns in a row, nor the number of rows shown
- There is no way to load or save the board state nor rule sets.