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