GAIA was made
entirely with a propietary program, running on a standard PC, for
creating series of images based on the evolution and mutation of
image-generation algorithms. At each iteration, the user chooses
one of the proposed images, which acts as the progenitor of a new
series, and so on. The procedure is inspired by the evolution of
life. Following a "genetic code," the forms are born,
reproduce, and die, but instead of "survival of the fittest"
the rule is "selection of the most attractive."
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