When Shmeat Attacks


The future is a scary place…



I am wondering… The DNA does not encode the specific shapes things grow into. It provides “seed values” for a sort-of-a cellular automaton. Which restricts what can be done with DNA modifications, when it comes to the resulting creature’s morphology.

Is the state of knowledge of these mechanisms sufficient for computer simulation of the growth/morphogenesis, so art could be produced/generated that would follow such restrictions and be more realistic?

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The site is extremely vague about what these things are made of, or even if they exist. Are they rendered? 3d printed? Almost certainly no human tissue is involved.

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