Generative Art

Updated: Jan 09, 2020 by Pradeep Gowda.

Biologist Aristid Lindenmayer created Lindenmayer systems, or L-systems, in 1968 as a way of formalizing patterns of bacteria growth. L-systems are a recursive, string-rewriting framework, commonly used today in computer graphics to visualize and simulate organic growth, with applications in plant development, procedural content generation, and fractal-like art.