SMN v5.0 ParticleDraw

See the Gallery of images created with this program

Here are a few samples...

This version has been superceded by: SMN v5.1 ParticleDraw Now running in Windows.

SMN ParticleDraw is an SMN based implementation of an interesting drawing method. It creates complex dynamical systems of particles that interact in space and it uses these as 'brushes' with which one can draw images on the screen. Each brush is intricately tuneable with many underlying parameters and one can construct arbitrary systems of particles and use these as brushes.

This is a DOS based program and it should run on all windows systems (linux versions coming soon).

View the Public Notice that accompanied the release of SMN Particle Simulator v3.1, but which is relevant to all of these SMN examples.

Download Software [411 Kb, Dos/Windows], just unzip and run “ParticleDraw.bat”. Note: this version will be updated regularly until it reaches a steady state (this version uploaded on 2006/02/15). Any previous *.P50 files are no longer valid.

View the ReadMe.txt file.

More information on the SMN system modeling paradigm. In particular the SMN high level design.

There are also other programs.

Note: This program has been implemented using the new algorithmic conceptualisation of SMN that is logically equivalent to a SCSPL operating within a self-excited circuit. See more information.

Note: This program superceeds Particle Simulator v3.2. Just turn all drawing functionality off and remove associations and it is a Particle Simulator, and the particle handling is much improved.

Note: The simulation is not meant to be a fully featured program, this is just a simple illustration of some of the capacities of the SMN modeling paradigm.