The first program is Expansions, released in late 1989. This program generates black and white patterns using principals of Vector Automata: branching patterns that "grow" from a seed point. John developed the principals of Vector Automata which form the basis of Expansions. This program, now considered the "classic version" is still available from John's company, Pixel Pathways.
The second program, Color Expansions, released in 1994, is an outgrowth of Expansions and brings a rich array of options to the table. Color Expansions contains functions for Vector Automata, Cellular Automata, Symmetry and Tiling. Color Expansions is currently in use by Jhane Barnes Inc., a high-end fashion designer of men's shirts, sweaters, jackets, socks, ties and wall coverings. Color Expansions is also available from Pixel Pathways.
Expansions Version 1.1.1
Color Expansions 1.0
Print art and commissioned art work, based on Expansions theory for private collections, corporations and public places. Small to massive.
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