M2: W2 Student Works 1&2 / NERVOUS SYSTEM
We should explore the sample reaction-diffusion simulations and modify them to create a video and images that explore how the patterns change when you vary parts of the process through space and time.We used聽2-d Arrays to vary the Diffusion Rate, Parameters (ex. f and K in Gray-Scott), or Diffusion Direction (anisotropic example) and tried out different initial conditions and reactions(ex. Gray-Scott vs. Gierer Meinhardt).
Jesper Th酶ger Christensen
Learning to work with a complex simulation using reaction-diffusion as an example.Initial exploration of Reaction-Diffusion as a form making system by implementing a different types of reactions as control technique. Both the mostly used Gray-Scott as well as the Fitzhugh-Nagumo reaction.Exploring different starting conditions as well as changing various parameters of the reaction through space to create variation in the simulation.Gray-Scott 臇 F and k parameters of the reaction are fixed whereas the diffusion rate of U change through space. Two boxes as starting condition defining different initial concentrations of the two chemicals u and vFitzhugh-Nagumo 臇 F and k parameters of the reaction and diffusion rate of U change through space. Random mixture of the two chemicals u and v as initial conditionhttp:
The task was to explore the reaction-diffusion simulations and modify them to create the images. This images should explore how the patterns change when I vary parts of the process througth space and time.I used the 2-d Arrays to very the Diffusion rate and tryed out different reactions.
This assignment explores the Reaction/Diffusion processes, and one particular among them – Gray Scott Reaction/Diffusion. In this assignment, I used one reaction as an animated brush that bounces around the screen with changing speed, while the reactions in the background are changing their parameters.