3D Life

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3D Life is a cellular automaton. It is a three-dimensional extension of Game of Life, investigated by Carter Bays. A number of different semitotalistic rules for the 3D rectangular Moore neighborhood were investigated.

It was popularized by Alexander Keewatin Dewdney in his "Computer Recreations" column in Scientific American magazine.


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