Game of Cells cellular automata for humans

In 2016 I became really interested in Cellular Automata. The idea of complexity arising out of simplicity as a result of deterministic rules appears to be a fundamental component of nature. Cellular Automata give us a visual way to study and experiment with this idea.

I decided to search the web for a Cellular Automata simulator and most of the ones I found were decades old. This led me to create my own version of a Cellular Automata simulator. A simple version that would appeal to a 21st century audience. If you have feedback, feel free to shoot me an email or find me on twitter @ggreiner


How to use

Touch
You can interact directly with the simulation by clicking a cell to toggle its state, as well as clicking and dragging to create new cells. If you have a Leap Motion device, you can also use hand gestures to control the simulation.
Color
The simulation uses color to give the automata an aesthetic feel.
Save
You can save your simulation in two different ways.


Resources

If you want to dive deeper on Cellular Automata, you may find these resources useful:


Licenses

This site wouldn't have been possible without open source software.

Bootstrap / Copyright (c) 2011-2016 Twitter, Inc. / http://getbootstrap.com/ / License (MIT)
Bootstrap Colorpicker / Copyright 2012 Stefan Petre / http://mjolnic.github.io/bootstrap-colorpicker/ / License (Apache)
GIFShot / Copyright 2015 Yahoo Inc. / https://github.com/yahoo/gifshot / License (MIT)
jQuery / Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors / https://jquery.org/ / License (MIT)
React / Copyright (c) 2013-present, Facebook, Inc. / https://github.com/facebook/react/ / License (BSD)
RequireJS / Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors, / http://requirejs.org/ / License (MIT)