Split is a browser-based cellular automaton - a set of simple rules for colours on a grid that can give rise to complex behaviours.
Split is designed to simulate early embryonic development of multicellular organisms. Each cell on the hexagonal grid represents a single
biological cell. A single cell can divide to produce two new cells. Based on the colours of surrounding cells a given cell may change its replication rate or even die.
The user can define these adjacency rules and observe complex emergent behaviour.