The Chromosomes of Clouds!


Image made in Kandid.  Below in simple XML format are it's "chromosomes".  Far out, eh?  Apparently they can be "edited".  Which of course raises all sorts of moral and ethical issues.  Do we have the right to change the Mona Lisa's hair and eye color?  All of a sudden, pushing buttons and turning dials became a lot more complicated.

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<entity version="0.1.3">

<affineIfs version="0.1.4">

<calculationName>
kandid.calculation.affineifs.AffineIfsColorCalculation
</calculationName>
<coloratorName>kandid.colorator.GrayColorator</coloratorName>

<chromosome>
<ident>AffineIfs_fpy89srm_fpy89sv1</ident>

<seed>
<value>-1476873933768869005</value>
</seed>

<affineTransformation>

<ta>
<value>-0.8078796326940123</value>
</ta>

<tb>
<value>0.3415992183262049</value>
</tb>

<tc>
<value>-0.8665095157757292</value>
</tc>

<td>
<value>-0.6810577575649235</value>
</td>

<te>
<value>-0.9403440637961995</value>
</te>

<tf>
<value>0.866380668711781</value>
</tf>
</affineTransformation>

<affineTransformation>

<ta>
<value>0.5409631958673375</value>
</ta>

<tb>
<value>-0.7611719665286025</value>
</tb>

<tc>
<value>0.5510192836824293</value>
</tc>

<td>
<value>0.9069959289458356</value>
</td>

<te>
<value>-0.716705713305507</value>
</te>

<tf>
<value>-0.4671494870652151</value>
</tf>
</affineTransformation>

<affineTransformation>

<ta>
<value>-0.5579078438050391</value>
</ta>

<tb>
<value>0.8255291862070842</value>
</tb>

<tc>
<value>-0.8535702361806812</value>
</tc>

<td>
<value>-0.516281828782152</value>
</td>

<te>
<value>0.4415096117785988</value>
</te>

<tf>
<value>-0.9357091828192161</value>
</tf>
</affineTransformation>

<affineTransformation>

<ta>
<value>0.4806579818379102</value>
</ta>

<tb>
<value>0.32709449403487967</value>
</tb>

<tc>
<value>0.8321460062121662</value>
</tc>

<td>
<value>-0.9183863550411135</value>
</td>

<te>
<value>-0.5271962939268007</value>
</te>

<tf>
<value>0.023523470067522867</value>
</tf>
</affineTransformation>
</chromosome>
</affineIfs>
</entity>

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