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Cool new new creatures @ LifeFLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

As we work our wayz up through improvements in LifeFLOW towards more creaturez & featurez, here we present a couple of new creature species, now available for your playing pleasurez! :)
Introducing a variety of shapes for the organisms of this new rectangular species, and a characteristic short-and-fat profile for this more advanced species! :)

LifeFLOW also features various improvements to the user interface and documentation.
Please play and enjoy, and let us know how we're doing!!! :)

Rock & Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

Super cool music generator! :)

Here's a li'l tune I wrote! :)

Sounds better if you open at least two copies of the same piece together, slightly offset! :)
Also harmonizes well with BitListen, by the same coder! :)
Rock & Roll & Computer Piano & Celesta!!! :)

Around Town! :)

Here are some recent photos in beautiful Miami America Earth!!! :)




So many thingz, so little time, so do what you can and enjoy the ride! :)

LifeFLOW - Big Update!!! :)

Lots of news with LifeFLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Now each creature can have its own personality or behavior. Still pretty basic to start, but it's fun to play with and the core is there to construct cool new functionality!!! :)
Also, the creatures now continue to live and move even after leaving their areas and returning.
Furthermore, there is now a clearer description, and various other improvements.
You can play with it yourself at life.worldsowisdom.com/flow/.
You can see a sample specimen at LifeBANK.
And you can watch demo videos below:

Rock & Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

LifeFLOW new moves!!! :)

Check out the new video:

The life form is also available at LifeBANK! :)
Update: Just uploaded the newest code over at LifeFLOW. You can check out a few more stably moving things at Area-80. Developing! :)
Rock & Roll!!! :)

Miami Beach!!! :)

Aerogel! :)

Cool stuff! :)
(BTW is this something that would be made by an Aerosmith? Just asking...)

Aerogel hand.jpg
By Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech - NASA Stardust Website, Public Domain, Link

Aerogelflower filtered.jpg
By Aerogelflower.jpg: No information.
derivative work: JovanCormac - Aerogelflower.jpg, Public Domain, Link

Stardust Dust Collector with aerogel.jpg
Public Domain, Link

Aerogel is a synthetic porous ultralight material derived from a gel, in which the liquid component of the gel has been replaced with a gas.[1] The result is a solid with extremely low density[2] and low thermal conductivity. Nicknames include frozen smoke,[3] solid smoke, solid air, or blue smoke owing to its translucent nature and the way light scatters in the material. It feels like fragile expanded polystyrene to the touch. Aerogels can be made from a variety of chemical compounds.[4]

Aerogel @ NASA Stardust

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