“SeaWater is a design tool for the artificial life based decentralized Internet of Things.”
In the post it is featured this picture
“As well, it could be just a representation of the state of the IoT in a small neighbourhood of you, according to the press release describing SeaWater, the new product of Autodesk.”
Today I want to show you this:
or better go and look in fullscreen HD this video
The contents is explained in the post from the microblogging collection chemlambda
27 microbes. “This is a glimpse of the life of a community of 27 microbes (aka chemlambda quines). Initially the graph has 1278 nodes (atoms) and 1422 edges (bonds). There are hundreds of atoms refreshed and bonds made and broken at once.”
Recall that all this is done with the most simple algorithm, which turns chemlambda into an asynchronous graph rewrite automaton.
A natural development would be to go further, exactly like described in the Seawater post.
Because it can be done 🙂