# Gene pool: "other" # Various sample creatures # # Downloaded on 2018-07-19 from Framsticks Experimentation Center org: name:Bird genotype:XXX(RRX(RRX(X, X), , ), RRX(, X(X, X)), RRX(RRX(X, X), , )) info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:looks like a bird info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:97 instances:0 data: org: name:Humanoid getting up genotype:~ lX(lCCCCX[0:-0.991, T:540.170, T:1.740]X[|-1:-2.639, /:1.138][@9:0.728]CX[|-1:-0.854], XX[|0:0.041, *:1.097, *:-1.623][@-3:-2.750]X(lllCCCXLX[@-4:-1.074, 1:-0.415]LX[|1:-0.782], lllcccXLX[@-2:-1.202]LX[|-1:0.736]), lccccX[@1:0.760][|0:-1.034, T:-813.090]XcX[@0:-738.092, !:0.199, -1:4.595, -1:-1.860])~ info_timestamp:946684800.0 info_author:Ricardo Ferrăo info_author_ispublic:1 info_email:gilliam@student.dei.uc.pt info_email_ispublic:1 info:~ It has a basic morphology without any specialized stick except the long and short sticks. ~ info_origin:2 info_how_created:~ I designed the morphology and evolved brain. The simulation parameters used for the selection are 50 for vertical position and 50 for vertical velocity.~ info_performance:~ I still haven't got any genotype with vertical velocity. The first genotypes lift their legs. The next milestone was to the lift the neck. The next milestone was to try to lift the body using one of the arms. This creature was awarded. ~ num:98 instances:0 data: org: name:Spider genotype:X(rrX(X, X), rrX(X, X), rrX(X, X), rrX(X, X), rrX(X, X)) info_timestamp:915148800.0 info_author:Unknown info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:99 instances:0 data: org: name:Fractal genotype:~ rLLLLLX(X(lX(lX(X, X), lX(X, X)), lX(lX(X, X), lX(X, X))), lX(lX(lX(X, X), lX(X, X)), lX(lX(X, X), lX(X, X))))~ info_timestamp:852076800.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Manually created, sample structure info_performance: num:100 instances:0 data: org: name:Gyroscope and Pendulum genotype:~ X(X, RRX(, XX(, RRX(X, X, X), XMMMX[|1:10, 2:-10](X[!:1, G:1], X[!:1, G:1])), XMMMX[|!:1, 1:10, 2:-10](X[!:1, G:1], X[!:1, G:1])), X)~ info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Miron Sadziak info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Two examples of using neuro-mechanical gyroscope systems. info_performance: num:101 instances:0 data: org: name:Hungry genotype:XX[|1:-3, 2:3](XX[S:1], XX[S:1]) info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Detects food. For testing the "S" receptor. info_performance: num:102 instances:0 data: org: name:Generator genotype:XX[|1:10, 0:5, 2:1][-1:-0.5][0:0] info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:a sample generator controlled by the 3rd neuron [0:0] info_performance: num:103 instances:0 data: org: name:Sinusoidal Networks genotype:~ X[1:-3][-1:2][4:-3][-1:2][-1:2][-1:2][-1:2][1:-2, 2:-2, 3:-2, 4:-2, 5:-2][-1:2, 0:-2][-1:2, 0:-2][-1:2, 0:-2][-1:2, 0:-2][-1:2, 0:-2]~ info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Miron Sadziak info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ Three neuron nets specialized in making a sinusoidal-like signal (test them in 'Brain' window). ~ info_performance: num:104 instances:0 data: org: name:Table genotype:~ //0 p: p:1 p:1,1 p:0,1 j:0,1 j:1,2 j:2,3 j:0,3 p:z=-1 p:1,z=-1 p:1,1,-1 p:0,1,-1 j:0,4 j:1,5 j:2,6 j:3,7 ~ info_timestamp:915148800.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:An example of a table - described by format #0 (f0) genotype. info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:105 instances:0 data: org: name:Genworm genotype:~ (XFXX[|0:0.651]X[1:-8.261][|0:-0.835]XX[-1:277.493][|*:480.842]X[|*:1.260, 1:-0.770]XXXX[|*:-548.645, 1:-7.979]X, XX[-1:1.332][|*:739.982][*:-0.835]XiXX[0:2.979]XX[|1:-1.054]FXX[|*:-0.835]XiXX[0:2.979]XX[|1:-1.054]FXXX[0:3.349][0:2.979]XX[|1:-1.054]FXXX[0:3.349][|*:1.403]X[|1:1.260, 1:0.918]SXLX[|*:-2.873, 0:-4.716]X, XFXX[|0:-1.212]X[1:810.895][|0:-0.835]XX[-1:277.493][0:0.361, 1:6.682]X[|1:1.260, 1:2.202]XXXX[0:3.349]X[|1:1.260, 1:-4.095][*:-548.645]X, XX[-1:1.332][|*:739.982][*:-0.835]XXX[0:2.979]XXFXXX[0:3.349][|*:-1.820]X[|1:1.260, 1:4.843]XSXLX, X, XX[-1:-0.857][|*:-650.960][*:-0.835]XXXX[0:2.979]XXFXXX[0:3.349][|*:0.895]X[|1:1.260, 1:-449.440]XSXLX[|*:-0.802, 0:3.197]X, XX, SXX[-1:277.493][|0:0.361, 1:6.682]X[|1:1.260, 1:2.202]XXXX[0:3.349]X[|1:1.260, 1:-4.095][*:-548.645]X, XX[-1:1.332][|*:739.982][*:-0.835]XXX[0:2.979]XXFXXX[0:3.349][|*:-1.820]X[|1:1.260, 1:4.843]XSXLX, X, XX[-1:-0.857][|*:-650.960][*:-0.835]XXXX[0:2.979]XXFXXX[0:3.349][|*:0.895]X[|1:1.260, 1:-449.440]XSXLX[|*:-0.802, 0:3.197]X, XX, SXLX[|*:-0.802, 0:-408.161]XX[-1:-2.764][|*:2.615])~ info_timestamp:946684800.0 info_author:Unknown info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:2 info_how_created:~ Started with 5 bacteria and added one neuron a peice. Then I let them evolve all night. I allowed for 10 simulated and 10 genotypes in my list. ~ info_performance:~ The damn thing is complicated as hell and for some reason it felt it needed to be huge. ~ num:106 instances:0 data: org: name:Archetypical spider genotype:~ lllllXL(rrX(, X), rrX(, X, rrX(, X), rrX(, X), lllllIIIIIIrrX(, IIIIIIllX), lllllIIIIIrrX(, IIIIIllX), rrX(, X), rrX(, X), rrX(, X), rrX, X))~ info_timestamp:883612800.0 info_author:Shannon Gilbert info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance:~ Looks like a spider. I did have several different permutations, including a fairly speedy shuffler, and an interesting creature that would grab nearby food with it's pedapalps. Sadly, these were lost. I hope to recreate a working model soon. This creature was awarded.~ num:107 instances:0 data: org: name:Nervous Sting genotype:~ llX[S:1][-1:300, !:0.1, *:-1, 2:-300]RRWWWWWWX(RRWWX[|-1:-1][S:1](X, X), wwLX[|-3:1, !:0.1]wwLX[|-4:0.5, !:0.1]wwSSSllX[|-5:0.25, !:0.1])~ info_timestamp:946684800.0 info_author:Wolfgang Fercher info_author_ispublic:1 info_email:wfercher@gmx.at info_email_ispublic:1 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ I first build the physical structure. Then i added the four bending muscles and a neuron to control them alltogether. (you can see it when taking a look at the NN). After that i made the first smell receptor. The next problem i had to face that, the creature should go back in it's beginning position after attacking. This was possible by changing some neural weights and adding a constant (*) impulse to the control neuron. Then i often tried how it attacks when i place food. It also attacked, when food was at the left, right, or back. That for i needed a second smell receptor. Somehow i managed it, that the Sting now only attacks when the food is in front of it.~ info_performance:~ Attacks passing creatures by hiting them with it's sting. Can attack several times. This creature was awarded.~ num:108 instances:0 data: org: name:Block #1 genotype:~ //0 p:0,0,0 p:0,4,0 p:4,0,0 p:4,4,0 p:0,0,8 p:0,4,8 p:4,0,8 p:4,4,8 p:0,2,0 p:2,0,0 p:2,4,0 p:4,2,0 p:0,2,8 p:2,0,8 p:2,4,8 p:4,2,8 p:0,0,2 p:0,4,2 p:4,0,2 p:4,4,2 p:0,0,4 p:0,4,4 p:4,0,4 p:4,4,4 p:0,0,6 p:0,4,6 p:4,0,6 p:4,4,6 j:0,16 j:16,20 j:20,24 j:24,4 j:1,17 j:17,21 j:21,25 j:25,5 j:2,18 j:18,22 j:22,26 j:26,6 j:3,19 j:19,23 j:23,27 j:27,7 j:0,8 j:8,1 j:0,9 j:9,2 j:1,10 j:10,3 j:2,11 j:11,3 j:4,12 j:12,5 j:4,13 j:13,6 j:5,14 j:14,7 j:6,15 j:15,7 ~ info_timestamp:978307200.0 info_author:Adam Rotaru info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Hand-designed structure. Height: 3.3 info_performance: num:109 instances:0 data: org: name:Block #2 genotype:~ //0 p:0,0,0 p:0,4,0 p:4,0,0 p:4,4,0 p:0,0,6 p:0,4,6 p:4,0,6 p:4,4,6 p:0,2,0 p:2,0,0 p:2,4,0 p:4,2,0 p:0,2,6 p:2,0,6 p:2,4,6 p:4,2,6 p:0,0,2 p:0,4,2 p:4,0,2 p:4,4,2 p:0,0,4 p:0,4,4 p:4,0,4 p:4,4,4 j:0,8 j:8,1 j:0,9 j:9,2 j:0,16 j:16,20 j:20,4 j:1,10 j:10,3 j:1,17 j:17,21 j:21,5 j:2,11 j:11,3 j:2,18 j:18,22 j:22,6 j:3,19 j:19,23 j:23,7 j:4,12 j:12,5 j:4,13 j:13,6 j:5,14 j:14,7 j:6,15 j:15,7 ~ info_timestamp:978307200.0 info_author:Adam Rotaru info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Hand-designed structure. Height: 2.5 info_performance: num:110 instances:0 data: org: name:Humanoid, f0 genotype:~ //0 p:-.2,.4,0 p:-.2,0,0 p:.2,.4,0 p:.2,0,0 p:-.14,.16,.4 p:.14,.16,.4 p:0,.2,.8 p:0,.3,1.2 p:-.14,.14,.95 p:.14,.14,.95 p:-.2,.2,.7 p:.2,.2,.7 p:0,.36,1.3 p:-.1,.37,1.35 p:.1,.37,1.35 p:0,.38,1.44 j:0,1 j:2,3 j:1,4 j:3,5 j:4,6 j:5,6 j:6,7 j:7,8 j:7,9 j:8,10 j:9,11 j:7,12 j:12,13 j:12,14 j:13,15 j:14,15~ info_timestamp:946684800.0 info_author:Alan Tyler info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:It is just a humanoid-like structure. info_performance:Elastic (non-rigid) joints don't allow it to stand. num:111 instances:0 data: org: name:Multioutput tester, f0 genotype:~ //0 p: p:1 j:0, 1, dx=1 n:d="Sin:f0=0.1" n:d="Sin:f0=0.2" n:d="Ch" n:d="ChSel:ch=0" n:d="ChSel:ch=1" c:2, 1 c:2, 0 c:3, 2 c:4, 2 ~ info_timestamp:1009843200.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance:~ This is a simple example of multi-channel neural outputs (an advanced Framsticks feature, not useful for most users). You can see that the "Ch" (channelize) neuron gets two inputs from two sinus generators of different frequencies. The "Ch" neuron makes a single multi-channel output, which is split into two signals by two "ChSel" (channel select) neurons.~ num:112 instances:0 data: org: name:Multioutput tester, f1 genotype:~ X[Sin, f0:0.1][Sin, f0:0.2][Ch, -1:1, -2:1][ChSel, ch:0, -1:1][ChSel, ch:1, -2:1]~ info_timestamp:1009843200.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance:see "Multioutput tester, f0" for description. num:113 instances:0 data: org: name:Ball genotype:~ //0 p: -1.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: -1.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: -1.5, 0.5, 0.5 p: -1.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: 1.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: 1.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: 1.5, 0.5, 0.5 p: 1.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, -1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, -1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, 1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, 1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, 1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, 1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, -1.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, -1.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, -1.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, -1.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, 1.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, 1.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, 1.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, 1.5 j: 0, 1 j: 1, 2 j: 2, 3 j: 3, 0 j: 4, 5 j: 5, 6 j: 6, 7 j: 7, 4 j: 8, 9 j: 9, 10 j: 10, 11 j: 11, 8 j: 12, 13 j: 13, 14 j: 14, 15 j: 15, 12 j: 16, 17 j: 17, 18 j: 18, 19 j: 19, 16 j: 20, 21 j: 21, 22 j: 22, 23 j: 23, 20 j: 0, 8 j: 1, 9 j: 1, 20 j: 2, 21 j: 2, 13 j: 3, 12 j: 3, 17 j: 0, 16 j: 4, 11 j: 5, 10 j: 5, 23 j: 6, 22 j: 6, 14 j: 7, 15 j: 7, 18 j: 4, 19 j: 13, 21 j: 14, 22 j: 20, 9 j: 23, 10 j: 8, 16 j: 11, 19 j: 12, 17 j: 15, 18~ info_timestamp:1086220800.0 info_author:MarCas info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Interesting shape. info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:291 instances:0 data: org: name:Ball Heavy genotype:~ //0 p: -1.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: -1.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: -1.5, 0.5, 0.5 p: -1.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: 1.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: 1.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: 1.5, 0.5, 0.5 p: 1.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, -1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, -1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, 1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, 1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, 1.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, 1.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, -1.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, -1.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, -1.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, -1.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, 1.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, 1.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, 1.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, 1.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: -0.5, 0.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, -0.5 p: 0.5, -0.5, 0.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, -0.5 p: 0.5, 0.5, 0.5 j: 0, 1 j: 1, 2 j: 2, 3 j: 3, 0 j: 4, 5 j: 5, 6 j: 6, 7 j: 7, 4 j: 8, 9 j: 9, 10 j: 10, 11 j: 11, 8 j: 12, 13 j: 13, 14 j: 14, 15 j: 15, 12 j: 16, 17 j: 17, 18 j: 18, 19 j: 19, 16 j: 20, 21 j: 21, 22 j: 22, 23 j: 23, 20 j: 0, 8 j: 1, 9 j: 1, 20 j: 2, 21 j: 2, 13 j: 3, 12 j: 3, 17 j: 0, 16 j: 4, 11 j: 5, 10 j: 5, 23 j: 6, 22 j: 6, 14 j: 7, 15 j: 7, 18 j: 4, 19 j: 13, 21 j: 14, 22 j: 20, 9 j: 23, 10 j: 8, 16 j: 11, 19 j: 12, 17 j: 15, 18 j: 30, 15 j: 30, 31 j: 30, 7 j: 30, 18 j: 30, 26 j: 31, 14 j: 31, 29 j: 31, 22 j: 31, 27 j: 27, 26 j: 27, 25 j: 27, 2 j: 27, 13 j: 27, 21 j: 25, 1 j: 25, 20 j: 25, 9 j: 25, 29 j: 25, 24 j: 24, 26 j: 24, 28 j: 24, 16 j: 24, 8 j: 24, 0 j: 28, 19 j: 28, 4 j: 28, 30 j: 28, 11 j: 28, 29 j: 26, 3 j: 26, 12 j: 26, 17 j: 31, 6 j: 29, 23 j: 29, 5 j: 29, 10~ info_timestamp:1086220800.0 info_author:MarCas info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Interesting shape. info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:292 instances:0 data: org: name:Framsticks beacon genotype:~ //0 # first tetrahedron p:0,0,0 p:1.5,0,0 p:0.75,1.29,0 p:2.25,1.29,0 p:3,0,0 p:1.5,2.58,0 p:0.75,0.43,1.22 p:2.25,0.43,1.22 p:1.5,1.72,1.22 p:1.5,0.86,2.44 j:0,1 j:1,2 j:0,2 j:1,3 j:3,4 j:1,4 j:2,5 j:3,5 j:2,3 j:0,6 j:2,6 j:1,6 j:1,7 j:3,7 j:4,7 j:2,8 j:3,8 j:5,8 j:6,7 j:6,8 j:7,8 j:8,9 j:7,9 j:6,9 # second p:4.5,0,0 p:3.75,1.29,0 p:5.25,1.29,0 p:6,0,0 p:4.5,2.58,0 p:3.75,0.43,1.22 p:5.25,0.43,1.22 p:4.5,1.72,1.22 p:4.5,0.86,2.44 j:4,10 j:10,11 j:4,11 j:10,12 j:12,13 j:10,13 j:11,14 j:12,14 j:11,12 j:4,15 j:11,15 j:10,15 j:10,16 j:12,16 j:13,16 j:11,17 j:12,17 j:14,17 j:15,16 j:15,17 j:16,17 j:17,18 j:16,18 j:15,18 # THIRD p:3,2.58,0 p:2.25,3.87,0 p:3.75,3.87,0 p:4.5,2.58,0 p:3,5.16,0 p:2.25,3.01,1.22 p:3.75,3.01,1.22 p:3,4.3,1.22 p:3,3.44,2.44 j:5,19 j:19,20 j:5,20 j:19,21 j:21,22 j:19,22 j:20,23 j:21,23 j:20,21 j:5,24 j:20,24 j:19,24 j:19,25 j:21,25 j:22,25 j:20,26 j:21,26 j:23,26 j:24,25 j:24,26 j:25,26 j:26,27 j:25,27 j:24,27 # topmost one. p:3,0.86,2.44 p:2.25,2.15,2.44 p:3.75,2.15,2.44 p:2.25,1.29,3.66 p:3.75,1.29,3.66 p:3,2.58,3.66 p:3,1.72,4.88 j:9,28 j:28,29 j:9,29 j:28,30 j:30,18 j:28,18 j:29,27 j:30,27 j:29,30 j:9,31 j:29,31 j:28,31 j:28,32 j:30,32 j:18,32 j:29,33 j:30,33 j:27,33 j:31,32 j:31,33 j:32,33 j:33,34 j:32,34 j:31,34 # dangling thing. #35 p:3,1.72,6.88 p:3,1.72,7.68 p:4.5,1.72,7.68 p:4.2,1.72,6.88 #39 p:3,1.72,5.88 j:34,39 j:39,35 j:35,36 j:36,37 j:35,38 n:j=97, d=@ n:d=* n:d="Sin" n:d=N c:3,2,0.5 c:2,1,0.04 c:0,3 ~ info_timestamp:1087257600.0 info_author:Dawid Weiss info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Tetrahedron with an F letter on top of it. info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance:~ An example of a three-dimensional framstick with cycles, written in f0. Just a curiosity, but quite funny to watch.~ num:298 instances:0 data: org: name:Two wheels genotype:~ //0 p:x=0.5,y=0,z=0 p:x=0,y=1,z=0 p:x=0,y=0.74,z=0.74 p:x=0,y=0,z=1 p:x=0,y=-0.74,z=0.74 p:x=0,y=-1,z=0 p:x=0,y=-0.74,z=-0.74 p:x=0,y=0,z=-1 p:x=0,y=0.74,z=-0.74 j:0,1 j:1,2 j:2,0 j:0,3 j:3,4 j:4,0 j:0,5 j:5,6 j:6,0 j:0,7 j:7,8 j:8,0 j:2,3 j:4,5 j:6,7 j:8,1 p:1.5,0,0 p:x=2,y=1,z=0 p:x=2,y=0.74,z=0.74 p:x=2,y=0,z=1 p:x=2,y=-0.74,z=0.74 p:x=2,y=-1,z=0 p:x=2,y=-0.74,z=-0.74 p:x=2,y=0,z=-1 p:x=2,y=0.74,z=-0.74 j:9,10 j:10,11 j:11,9 j:9,12 j:12,13 j:13,9 j:9,14 j:14,15 j:15,9 j:9,16 j:16,17 j:17,9 j:11,12 j:13,14 j:15,16 j:17,10 j:0,9 ~ info_timestamp:1087257600.0 info_author:Dawid Weiss info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Two stable wheels. info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance:~ Two stable (standing) "wheels". Primarily meant to model a creature capable of rolling its body forward, but rigid connections are required to put it together.~ num:300 instances:0 data: org: name:Table with five legs genotype:~ (rrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,XXX,XX,,)),,rrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,XXX,XX,,)),,rrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,XXX,XX,,)),,rrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,XXX,XX,,)),,rrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,XXX,XX,,)))~ info_timestamp:1103155200.0 info_author:Marcin Szelag info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Construction designed to be stable and tall info_origin:1 info_how_created:Designed manually and tested with standard experiment definition info_performance:vertical position after freeze = 1.2401 num:324 instances:0 data: org: name:Table with three legs genotype:~ (XXrrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,)),,XXrrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,)),,XXrrX(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,)))~ info_timestamp:1103155200.0 info_author:Marcin Szelag info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Construction designed to be stable and tall info_origin:1 info_how_created:Designed manually and tested with standard experiment definition info_performance:vertical position after freeze = 1.7312 num:325 instances:0 data: org: name:Table with three legs and feelers genotype:~ (rrX(LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,X(XLLLLLX,X(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLRRX(,,X,,X,,),LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLXX,)),),),,rrX(LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,X(XLLLLLX,X(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLRRX(,,X,,X,,),LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLXX,)),),),,rrX(LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX,X(XLLLLLX,X(,,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLRRX(,,X,,X,,),LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLXX,)),),))~ info_timestamp:1103155200.0 info_author:Marcin Szelag info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Construction designed to be stable and very tall info_origin:1 info_how_created:Designed manually and tested with standard experiment definition info_performance:vertical position after freeze = 2.18639 num:326 instances:0 data: org: name:Maze explorer genotype:~ X(X[@0:4.309][|1:-2.379], XrrLCSiffffMMMMMMMMIQ(, X[|T:1.071], rrrLCCX[|T:9.842,fo:0.04], rFFQffFFCCMX[|T:4.427, -1:-4.169], ,rLCCMiiX[@,3:1]FX[@1:-6.661][0:1.514][|G:2.999][T:0.984], rLCCMiiXFX[@1:2.227][0:-1.331][|G:6.235], rLCCMiiXFX[@1:2.227][0:-1.099][|G:5.381], rLCCMiiXFX[@0:-10, -1:-10, 1:-10][|G:2.389], CX[T]))~ info_timestamp:1108857600.0 info_author: info_author_ispublic:0 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:4 info_how_created: info_performance:~ Good in almost any type of a labyrinth. Evolved simple strategy of exploring difficult worlds. It moves by the wall and always turns right.~ num:402 instances:0 data: org: name:Cyber dumb genotype:~ //0 p: p:x=.5 p:x=-.5 p:x=.5,z=-1,fr=0 p:x=-.5,z=-1,fr=0 p:x=.5,z=-1,y=.7,fr=0 p:x=.5,z=-1,y=-.7,fr=0 p:x=-.5,z=-1,y=.7,fr=0 p:x=-.5,z=-1,y=-.7,fr=0 p:x=1,z=-1,fr=0 p:x=-1,z=-1,fr=0 p:x=-1,z=-.7,y=.8,fr=1 p:x=1,z=-.7,y=.8,fr=1 p:z=1 p:z=1,x=.5 p:z=1,x=-.5 p:z=1.3 p:x=1 p:x=-1 p:x=-.5,z=-.8,y=.5,fr=1 p:x=.5,z=-.8,y=.5,fr=1 p:z=2 p:z=2 p:z=1,y=.5 j:0,1 j:0,2 j:1,3 j:2,4 j:3,5,rotstif=1 j:3,6,rotstif=1 j:4,7,rotstif=1 j:4,8,rotstif=1 j:3,9,rotstif=1 j:4,10,rotstif=1 j:4,11,rotstif=0 j:3,12,rotstif=0 j:0,13 j:1,13 j:2,13 j:5,1 j:6,1 j:7,2 j:8,2 j:13,14 j:13,15 j:0,14 j:0,15 j:10,2 j:9,1 j:13,16 j:14,17 j:15,18 j:4,19,rotstif=0 j:3,20,rotstif=0 j:10,7 j:10,8 j:9,6 j:9,5 j:10,1 j:9,2 j:0,21 j:0,22 j:13,23 j:23,0 j:23,14 j:23,15 n:p=16,d="Sin:f0=.05" n:p=16,d="Sin:f0=.05,t=3.1415926535898" n:j=28,d=@ n:j=29,d=@ n:p=11,d=T n:p=12,d=T n:j=26,d=@ n:j=27,d=@ n:p=2,d=S1 n:p=1,d=S1 n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=Nu n:p=16,d=Nu n:p=16,d="Thr:t=-.00001,hi=0,lo=1" n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=* n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d="Thr:t=.00001,hi=1,lo=0" n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:p=16,d=N n:j=28,d=| n:j=29,d=| n:j=38,d=G n:j=36,d=@ n:j=37,d=@ c:11,1 c:6,1 c:10,0 c:7,0 c:10,16 c:11,15 c:2,10 c:3,11 c:15,23 c:16,22 c:15,0 c:16,1 c:19,8 c:22,17,w=-1 c:22,20 c:23,14 c:23,17,w=-1 c:18,9 c:24,18,w=-1 c:24,19,w=1 c:14,24 c:20,24 c:12,4 c:13,5 c:25,12 c:26,13 c:28,21 c:29,21,w=-1 c:21,27~ info_timestamp:1108944000.0 info_author:Anton Kodochygov info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:~ Should walk towards energy, avoid collision and stay erect. See also "Cyber upgraded" which is much better.~ info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ Entirely designed, no evolution was involved. I just thought it would be cool to make a cyber.~ info_performance:~ This creature is self sufficient enough to walk towards food, stay erect, and even avoid obstacles such as fences and steep terrain. This creature is interesting because you can make it do anything you can think of. For instance, some future developments for this creature I'm considering are: swimming, being energy efficient, pursuing other creatures, and dealing damage to and consuming other creatures.~ num:403 instances:0 data: org: name:Samurai genotype:~ //0 p: 0.5, 0.3, -2.5 p: -0.5, 0.3, -2.5 p: 0.7, 0.5, -3.5 p: -0.7, 0.5, -3.5 p: 1.3, 0.0, -5.0 p: -1.3, 0.0, -5.0 p: 0.5, 0.5, -5.0 p: -0.5, 0.5, -5.0 p: 0.7, 0.0, -3.5 p: -0.7, 0.0, -3.5 p: 0.7, -0.5, -5.0 p: -0.7, -0.5, -5.0 p: 0.7, 1.2, -5.0 p: -0.7, 1.2, -5.0 p: 0.5, 0.3, -1.7 p: -0.5, 0.3, -1.7 p: 1.0, 0.3, -2.2 p: -1.0, 0.3, -2.2 p: 1.0, 0.5, -2.7 p: -1.0, 0.5, -2.7 p: 0.0, 0.3, -1.3 j: 0, 1 j: 2, 8 j: 0, 8 j: 0, 2 j: 9, 3 j: 1, 3 j: 1, 9 j: 1, 8 j: 1, 2 j: 0, 9 j: 0, 3 j: 2, 10 j: 8, 10 j: 2, 4 j: 8, 4 j: 2, 6 j: 8, 6 j: 2, 12 j: 8, 12 j: 4, 6 j: 6, 10 j: 10, 12 j: 12, 4 j: 6, 12 j: 4, 10 j: 3, 11 j: 9, 11 j: 3, 5 j: 9, 5 j: 3, 7 j: 9, 7 j: 3, 13 j: 9, 13 j: 5, 7 j: 7, 11 j: 11, 13 j: 13, 5 j: 7, 13 j: 5, 11 j: 0, 14 j: 1, 15 j: 14, 15 j: 14, 16 j: 15, 17 j: 16, 18 j: 17, 19 j: 14, 20 j: 15, 20 ~ info_timestamp:1109635200.0 info_author:Pawel Nowacki info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Humanoid creature info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ It was designed starting from legs which are a firm and stable construction. The upper part of the body makes this creature look humanoid.~ info_performance:~ It keeps vertical position. It would be nice to make it move forward.~ num:405 instances:0 data: org: name:Square Dancer genotype:~ (rrX[@,2:1](,,rrX[|,1:1][Sin](X,,X)),,rrX[@,2:1](,,rrX[|,1:1][Sin](X,,X)),,rrX[@,2:1](,,rrX[|,1:1][Sin](X,,X)),,rrX[@,2:1](,,rrX[|,1:1][Sin](X,,X)))~ info_timestamp:1132704000.0 info_author: info_author_ispublic:0 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:410 instances:0 data: org: name:Recursive Tower genotype:~ lllllrrX(,,LLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),)),,))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),)),,)),,))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),)),,))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),))),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),)),,)),,)),,)))~ info_timestamp:1138147200.0 info_author:Wojciech Jaskowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:Recursive Tower, level 3 info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ The following recursive algorithm generates such towers: tower(lev) { return "lllllrrX(,," + body(lev) + ")"; } body(lev) { if (lev == 0) return "LLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,)),,LLLLLLX(RRLLLLLLX(,LLLLLLX,LLLLLLX,),))"; else { b = body(lev-1); return "LLLLLLX(LLLLLLX(,,RR" + b + "),,LLLLLLX(RR" + b + ",,))"; } }~ info_performance:~ Recursive Tower is very tall, although its vertical position increases very little when its level is greater than 4. It is worth mentioning that Recursive Tower is very stable and springy on all its levels. It even seems that Recursive Tower can be infinitelly tall (I have tested its stability up to level 10 of recursion).~ num:427 instances:0 data: org: name:Diamond genotype:~ //0 p:-1.21, -0.5, 0 p:-1.21, 0.5, 0 p:-0.5, 1.21, 0 p:0.5, 1.21, 0 p:1.21, 0.5, 0 p:1.21, -0.5, 0 p:0.5, -1.21, 0 p:-0.5, -1.21, 0 p:0,0,1.5 j:0,1 j:1,2 j:2,3 j:3,4 j:4,5 j:5,6 j:6,7 j:7,0 j:0,8 j:1,8 j:2,8 j:3,8 j:4,8 j:5,8 j:6,8 j:7,8~ info_timestamp:1166400000.0 info_author:Marek Rucinski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created:Regular octagon base plus one "peak" point. info_performance: num:433 instances:0 data: org: name:Icosahedron genotype:~ //0 p:-1.0,-0.5,0.0 p:-1.0,+0.5,0.0 p:1.0,-0.5,0.0 p:1.0,+0.5,0.0 p:0.0,-1.0,-0.5 p:0.0,-1.0,0.5 p:0.0,1.0,-0.5 p:0.0,1.0,+0.5 p:-0.5,0.0,-1.0 p:0.5,0.0,-1.0 p:-0.5,0.0,1.0 p:0.5,0.0,1.0 j:0,1 j:0,4 j:0,5 j:0,8 j:0,10 j:1,6 j:1,7 j:1,8 j:1,10 j:2,3 j:2,4 j:2,5 j:2,9 j:2,11 j:3,6 j:3,7 j:3,9 j:3,11 j:4,5 j:4,8 j:4,9 j:5,10 j:5,11 j:6,7 j:6,8 j:6,9 j:7,10 j:7,11 j:8,9 j:10,11~ info_timestamp:1292716800.0 info_author:Krzysztof Rosiński info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:A polyhedron with 20 faces. info_origin:1 info_how_created:Generated with a simple python script. info_performance: num:445 instances:0 data: org: name:Dancing Box genotype:~ //0 p:0,0,0 p:0,1,0 p:1,1,0 p:1,0,0 j:0,1 j:1,2 j:2,3 j:3,0 p:0.2,0.2,1 p:0.2,0.8,1 p:0.8,0.8,1 p:0.8,0.2,1 j:4,5 j:5,6 j:6,7 j:7,4 j:0,4 j:1,5 j:2,6 j:3,7 p:0,0,2 p:0,1,2 p:1,1,2 p:1,0,2 j:8,9 j:9,10 j:10,11 j:11,8 j:4,8 j:5,9 j:6,10 j:7,11 n:p=4,d="Sin:f0=0.1" n:p=5 n:p=6 n:j=8,d=| n:j=9,d=| n:j=10,d=| n:j=11,d=| n:j=12,d=| n:j=13,d=| n:j=14,d=| n:j=15,d=| c:1,0,w=-10 c:2,0,w=10 c:3,1 c:4,1 c:5,1 c:6,1 c:7,2 c:8,2 c:9,2 c:10,2 ~ info_timestamp:1292716800.0 info_author: info_author_ispublic:0 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:446 instances:0 data: org: name:Pine genotype:~ //0 p:0,0,1 p:-1,-1,0 p:-1,1,0 p:1,1,0 p:1,-1,0 p:0,0,3 p:-1,-1,2 p:-1,1,2 p:1,1,2 p:1,-1,2 p:-1,-1,1 p:-1,1,1 p:1,1,1 p:1,-1,1 j:0,1 j:0,2 j:0,3 j:0,4 j:0,5 j:5,6 j:5,7 j:5,8 j:5,9 j:6,10 j:7,11 j:8,12 j:9,13~ info_timestamp:1292716800.0 info_author: info_author_ispublic:0 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:447 instances:0 data: org: name:Skier genotype:~ //0 p:x=1, y=0, z=-1 p:x=-1, y=0, z=-1 p:x=0, y=1, z=-1 p:x=0, y=-1, z=-1 p:x=0.7, y=0.7, z=-1 p:x=-0.7, y=0.7, z=-1 p:x=0.7, y=-0.7, z=-1 p:x=-0.7, y=-0.7, z=-1 j:0,4 j:4,2 j:2,5 j:5,1 j:1,7 j:7,3 j:3,6 j:6,0 p:x=1.5, y=0, z=-1 j:0,8 p:x=3, y=1, z=-0.2 p:x=3, y=-1, z=-0.2 p:x=3.5, y=0, z=-1 j:8,9 j:8,10 j:8,11 p:x=5, y=1, z=-0.2 p:x=5, y=-1, z=-0.2 p:x=6.5, y=1, z=-1 p:x=6.5, y=-1, z=-1 j:11,12 j:11,13 j:12,14 j:13,15 p:x=6.5, y=1.2, z=-0.2 p:x=6.5, y=0.8, z=-0.2 j: 14,16 j: 14,17 j: 16,17 p:x=6.5, y=-1.2, z=-0.2 p:x=6.5, y=-0.8, z=-0.2 j: 15,18 j: 15,19 j: 18,19 p:x=6.5, y=1.2, z=1.7 p:x=6.5, y=0.8, z=1.7 p:x=6.5, y=1.2, z=-2.2 p:x=6.5, y=0.8, z=-2.2 p:x=6.3, y=1, z=2 j: 16,20 j: 17,21 j: 20,21 j: 20,24 j: 21,24 j: 16,22 j: 17,23 j: 22,23 p:x=6.5, y=-1.2, z=1.7 p:x=6.5, y=-0.8, z=1.7 p:x=6.5, y=-1.2, z=-2.2 p:x=6.5, y=-0.8, z=-2.2 p:x=6.3, y=-1, z=2 j: 18,25 j: 19,26 j: 25,26 j: 25,29 j: 26,29 j: 18,27 j: 19,28 j: 27,28 p:x=3.8, y=1.2, z=-1.2 p:x=3.8, y=-1.2, z=-1.2 p:x=4.6, y=1.4, z=-2.2 p:x=4.6, y=-1.4, z=-2.2 p:x=2.8, y=0.95, z=0.15 p:x=2.8, y=-0.95, z=0.15 j: 9,30 j: 10,31 j: 30,32 j: 31,33 j: 9,34 j: 10,35~ info_timestamp:1292803200.0 info_author:Pawel Kubiak info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info: info_origin:1 info_how_created: info_performance: num:450 instances:0 data: org: name:Worm genotype:~ //0 p:sh=1, sy=0.7, sz=0.4 p:1.0, sh=1, sx=0.9, sy=0.63, sz=0.36, rx=0.1, 0.2, 0.3 p:1.84266402722578, 0.260666529862964, 0.178802397715555, sh=1, sx=0.81, sy=0.567, sz=0.324, rx=0.138086690197694, 0.420358252928712, 0.598344380796097 p:2.45367669219348, 0.677199384388839, 0.50935330809034, sh=1, sx=0.729, sy=0.5103, sz=0.2916, rx=0.0993189916818848, 0.641169665568855, 0.92813208949765 p:2.8038163494411, 1.14486711987127, 0.945392422862456, sh=1, sx=0.6561, sy=0.45927, sz=0.26244, rx=-0.0508678834140358, 0.835260537240566, 1.33982641068808 p:2.90459526396592, 1.57340960039436, 1.4318717777937, sh=1, sx=0.59049, sy=0.413343, sz=0.236196, rx=-0.352304612583367, 0.957030831242344, 1.88639787543986 p:2.79903448361997, 1.89670495358329, 1.9145885439819, sh=1, sx=0.531441, sy=0.3720087, sz=0.2125764, rx=-0.740533687707318, 0.95314532014898, 2.51470442964324 p:2.54978560150784, 2.07725074442088, 2.34784106694938, sh=1, sx=0.4782969, sy=0.33480783, sz=0.19131876, rx=-1.03347250421838, 0.825758190613796, 3.05338513415861 p:2.22676112181543, 2.10581806091781, 2.69941896514154, sh=1, sx=0.43046721, sy=0.301327047, sz=0.172186884, rx=-1.1761487722698, 0.629178175749304, -2.82433170553136 p:1.89609282270862, 1.99724236348662, 2.95274052517607, sh=1, sx=0.387420489, sy=0.2711943423, sz=0.1549681956, rx=-1.20990508395417, 0.407788137330923, -2.49745734998435 p:1.61170652763811, 1.78367070130281, 3.10638366880803, sh=1, sx=0.3486784401, sy=0.24407490807, sz=0.13947137604, rx=-1.16809091229628, 0.188068474228345, -2.19976583294922 p:0.0489434864063589, z=0.309017002689348, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=-1.54602460841747, 1.41371668974427 p:0.239926502308576, z=0.896802269127124, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=-1.34347487976637, 1.09955741564301 p:0.603197784827698, z=1.39680227622847, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=-0.955316587215889, 0.785398141541753 p:1.10319780780814, z=1.7600735368919, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=-0.51946655859979, 0.471238867440496 p:1.69098308259404, z=1.9510565271012, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=-0.159004970048235, 0.157079593339238 p:2.30901708797274, z=1.95105650008608, sh=3, sx=0.312868938715108, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=0.159005060671175, -0.157079680762018 p:2.89680224962004, z=1.76007352856041, sh=3, sx=0.312868820973482, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=0.519466594343112, -0.471238895258631 p:3.39680210070336, z=1.39680241707027, sh=3, sx=0.312868820973482, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=0.955316457969276, -0.785398050150599 p:3.76007332544031, z=0.896802648265582, sh=3, sx=0.312868820973482, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=1.34347467469612, -1.09955720504257 p:3.95105643009556, z=0.309017649084024, sh=3, sx=0.312868820973482, sy=0.05, sz=0.05, rx=1.54602450399998, -1.41371635993453 j:0, 1, sh=1 j:1, 2, sh=1 j:2, 3, sh=1 j:3, 4, sh=1 j:4, 5, sh=1 j:5, 6, sh=1 j:6, 7, sh=1 j:7, 8, sh=1 j:8, 9, sh=1 j:9, 10, sh=1 j:10, 11, sh=1 j:11, 12, sh=1 j:12, 13, sh=1 j:13, 14, sh=1 j:14, 15, sh=1 j:15, 16, sh=1 j:16, 17, sh=1 j:17, 18, sh=1 j:18, 19, sh=1 j:19, 20, sh=1 ~ info_timestamp:1442966400.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:A worm with pseudoreticulopodium. info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ This is the output from part_shapes.cpp - a demo application showing how to build a model algorithmically using the SDK API. http://framsticks.com/trac/framsticks/browser/cpp/frams/_demos/part_shapes.cpp Chain of ellipsoids - subsequent parts are placed relative to the previous part's orientation and location. Chain of cylinders - line segments between points calculated from parametric formula (halfcircle).~ info_performance: num:465 instances:0 data: org: name:Bear head genotype:~ //0 p:0,0,1,sh=3,sx=0.1,sy=1.2,sz=1.7,ry=1.57,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 p:-0.9,-0.8,0.5,sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.5,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 p:0.9,-0.8,0.5,sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.5,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 p:-0.9,0.8,0.5,sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.5,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 p:0.9,0.8,0.5,sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.5,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 j:0,1,sh=1 j:0,2,sh=1 j:0,3,sh=1 j:0,4,sh=1 p:0,0,2,sh=1,sx=1,sy=1,sz=1,vr=1.0,0.6,0.3 j:0,5,sh=1 p:-0.7,0,3,sh=1,sx=0.25,sy=0.05,sz=0.6,ry=0.5,vr=1.0,0.6,0.3 p:0.7,0,3,sh=1,sx=0.25,sy=0.05,sz=0.6,ry=-0.5,vr=1.0,0.6,0.3 j:5,6,sh=1 j:5,7,sh=1 p:0,0.7,1.8,sh=1,sx=0.6,sy=0.6,sz=0.6,vr=1.0,0.6,0.3 j:5,8,sh=1 p:-0.4,0.75,2.4,sh=1,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.1,0.1,0.1 p:0.4,0.75,2.4,sh=1,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.1,0.1,0.1 j:5,9,sh=1 j:5,10,sh=1 ~ info_timestamp:1442966400.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:A demo model that uses ellipsoids and cuboids. info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082755/ EN: "This is a bear within our capabilities. Do you realize what we do with this bear? We open eyes of the doubters." PL: "To jest miś na skalę naszych możliwości. Ty wiesz co my robimy tym misiem? My otwieramy oczy niedowiarkom."~ info_performance:~ This model demonstrates the usage of two Part shapes: ellipsoids (p:sh=0) and cuboids (p:sh=1).~ num:466 instances:0 data: org: name:Spiral plant genotype:~ //0 p:sh=2,sx=0.6,sy=0.6,sz=0.3,z=3.4,vr=0.8,0.8,0.4 p:sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.8,0.8,0.4 p:sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.8,0.8,0.4 p:sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.8,0.8,0.4 p:sh=2,sx=0.1,sy=0.1,sz=0.1,vr=0.8,0.8,0.4 p:sh=1,sx=0.5,sy=0.5,sz=0.5,vr=0.6,0.3,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 p:sh=3,sx=0.05,sy=0.3,sz=0.3,vr=0.3,0.8,0.1 j:0,1,sh=1,dx=0.45,dy=0.45,dz=-0.4 j:0,2,sh=1,dx=-0.45,dy=0.45,dz=-0.4 j:0,3,sh=1,dx=0.45,dy=-0.45,dz=-0.4 j:0,4,sh=1,dx=-0.45,dy=-0.45,dz=-0.4 j:0,5,sh=1,dz=0.6 j:5,6,sh=1,dx=-0.5,dy=0.35,dz=0.1,ry=-1.0,rx=1.3 j:6,7,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:7,8,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:8,9,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:9,10,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:10,11,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:11,12,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:12,13,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:13,14,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 j:14,15,sh=1,dx=0.15,dy=0.55,rx=0.63,ry=0.63,rz=0.2 ~ info_timestamp:1442966400.0 info_author:Szymon Ulatowski info_author_ispublic:1 info_email: info_email_ispublic:0 info:A demo model with ellipsoids, cuboids, cylinders. info_origin:1 info_how_created:~ This model uses all available shape Part types (ellipsoids, cuboids, cylinders) and also delta Joints (Part positions and orientations are defined relative to previous Parts using dx/dy/dz and rx/ry/rz in Joints).~ info_performance: num:467 instances:0 data: