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Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 9:07 pm
by Riegela
I got your pm. My profile is new so I doesn't let me send pm's, but either of those options works for me. I just can't get the flagellocytes angled right or something.

Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 10:47 pm
by bwisialo
Ah, right.

Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 10:55 pm
by CandyYAHFT
In the new version that's commonly solved by changing the child cell 2 angles of cells that divide into flagellocyte-phagocyte, to the same cells if it doesn't work is then child 1, the thing probabbly has too much relevance in angles to my understanding, but usually that's it

Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:09 pm
by bwisialo
Yeah, the genome in the video doesn't complete the challenge anymore due to the time requirement. Same model is useful in other challenges though.

Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:14 pm
by CandyYAHFT
How do you work with angles?
I always just try and fail till I make something work, of course with time, now I know where specifically tweak, but still hard to do some designs I'd like to know how to do, but is hard to predict how angles will affect the modes it'll develop later for me.

Re: Video - Swimmer Chain - From 1 cell to 800 on Macrophage

Posted: Wed Apr 06, 2016 11:44 pm
by bwisialo
You can start with this:

M1 Phagocyte splits M2, M1, Child 2 angle 15
M2 Phagocyte splits M1, M3, Child 1 angle 345, Child 2 angle 270
M3 Flagellocyte

Make adhesin for M1, M2
Have M2 split slightly faster than M1
Tweak M2 Child 2 angle