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mona lisa in 50 polygons

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mona lisa in 50 polygons

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quasi Report This Comment
Date: December 09, 2008 06:54PM

My God you must be awfully bored.
Onyma Report This Comment
Date: December 10, 2008 03:36AM

This was actually the result of an evolution progression DNA mutation simulation. The programmer wrote a routine that 'evolved' a 'DNA sequence' through random mutation to see how many permutations it would take to achieve 'order' through chance. In this case the 'order' was a picture of the Mona Lisa and the 'DNA' was a series of random polygon generation instructions. It took about a million cycles before this was achieved and I believe the algorithm failed to find another progressive mutation in a reasonable amount of time before it was stopped. If you look at the last couple frames you'll see the progression had slowed to >300,000 cycles. An interesting study in goal based evolution.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: December 10, 2008 07:15PM

My God you must be awfully bored.