BioBlobWritten by Paul BourkeJuly 2020
The following biological looking forms are created by some simple growth rules. The key process is the addition of new spheres (child spheres) placed randomly on the surface of existing spheres (parent spheres) such that there are no intersections. Each iteration (generation) involves a search for possible locations. Once no more child spheres can be placed, the sphere size is reduce for the next iteration of the process. There are the following parameters for the process:
spheres 50 0.895 1 spheres 100 0.95 1.11 spheres 40 0.9 1.03 spheres 14 0.7 1
