ImageSpace is OpenSource software running on Unix/X11 systems.
Since the functions are represented by syntax trees, the search space is really infinite (though your computer's capacity limit your voyeages to the more 'simple' images).
ImageSpace allows you to choose some parameters like syntax tree depth, width and mutation probability.
Currently, the functions can't be saved, loaded or viewed in their symbolic form. Only the images can be saved in PNG format.
The software is built with the Trolltech QT3 widget-set, which means Windows and OSX- versions are possible, but the porting would cost money (Trolltech provides the free license for UNIX OpenSource development only) so it's not available right now.
ImageSpace is released under the Gnu Public License (GPL), which basically means it is allowed to use and distribute it for free (and only for free). To learn more, go to www.gnu.org .
What's New in This Release:
· This release uses the Qt4 API.
· It compiles on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.
· A Windows binary is available on the homepage.