## Sierpinski triangle fractal

### Re: Sierpinski triangle fractal

Well, just as a matter of geometry, it's as easy to create right isosceles triangles out of right isosceles triangles. And it's relatively easy to create a right isosceles triangle in Cell Lab because it one-half of a square. The problem is that an equilateral triangle isn't easily constructed in Cell Lab, and iterations would be even more difficult.

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### Re: Sierpinski triangle fractal

PS Here is the corrected genome for the Sierpinski triangle. Four modes if I recall correctly.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/r02dbjgld85ws ... enome?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/r02dbjgld85ws ... enome?dl=0

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### Re: Sierpinski triangle fractal

The basic problem is, that for evenly growing patterns we can only really work with powers of 2. Anything else will need some cells split differently than others, causing asynchronism.

Try to get an equilateral triangle out of that and then make it repeat. I haven't managed that.

Try to get an equilateral triangle out of that and then make it repeat. I haven't managed that.

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### Re: Sierpinski triangle fractal

This looks so great! Brilliant find

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