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[incomplete] artificial life 4

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Author: Ravenplucker

Group: Technical

Filesize: 413.13 kB

Date added: 2016-08-24

Rating: 7.7

Downloads: 6538

Views: 824

Comments: 17

Ratings: 9

Times favored: 1

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Been playing around with this for awhile. Basically a rebuild of but in 0g and using the simple laser scripts provided by carl00s01 and Xray. The script just pushes in a rod 3cm if it's contacted something, and the rest is done mechanically.

1/9th the size, doesn't seem to break at >100Hz at all

Follows food particles. While not shown in the scenario it prioritises down>left>right>up
The 2nd laser is for detecting walls, so if both lasers are triggered it blocks movement to that space

Eh, I kinda burned out on this one so I figured I'd upload what I had. Has a bunch of redundant/half completed stuff in it but it works in a limited way
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Holy cow, Ravenplucker! I don't know how you can make such complex mechanisms with Algodoo! I have tried many times to make things that are one tenth as complex as this mechanical creature, and failed. That's why I rely so heavily on Thyme script for most of my own scenes. I'm very impressed.

Excellent job as usual! :tup:
Hah, cheers Xray! I only wish I could have finished it off properly.
Have you considered doing a timelapse of your creations? I think it would be cool to see the complexity rising
can you teach me?
i only made smple life creatures
Impressive, keep going. Subscribed.
Carl00s01, that's a good idea. When I look back over my scenes (including the ones I deleted because they were so terrible:P) you can kindof trace the tech development. Reminds me of an RTS game. I'll try figure out some video editing software.

Bluebusters, most of the stuff in this bot is rod logic, which you can read about here Like in the top right quarter of the bot you can see all those circles and squares on rods, which are driven by springs held back by cams. It's hard to get used to thinking like that, but you can make some pretty complex behaviour. It'd be too hard to teach all of it, but try exploring it for yourself and see how you go:P

Firstofnoob, cheers man! Glad to see people still like this kinda technical stuff.
Wow 10/10 no words.
Omg that is amazing! Must've taken AGES to build! Nice work! ;D
AMAZING! How many time did you spend? It is really working! I cannot make a thing like this!
P. S. Sorry for my English, I'm Russian
Don't worry, your English is fine :)

Hell, I don't know. Probably somewhere between 20-25 hours or something. Far too long in any case.

With all the time I've spent messing around in Algodoo I could probably have learned Russian by now
This scene is awesome _o_ _o_ _o_
Wow! you are genius
tell me how to make these
Slowest game of pac-man ever xD
You blew my mind! With a very complex technichal nuke!