This series of videos are results of the experiments while learning to build cellular automata models with processing. The whole is series is built based on Conway's - Game of Life model. The canvas is divided into equal grids and each cells is either alive/dead. There are three rules 1) if the number of neighboring cells (n) of a cell is less than the loneliness limit (shown in blue text) then an alive cell dies 2) If n is more than the overcrowding limit then an alive cell dies 3) If n is equal to the creation condition then a dead cell becomes alive. and rest stays the same. Everyone has seen a lot of game of life videos, so this series is slightly it shows the behavior of the game of life model when these three parameters are changed. the above video shows that Conway's model actually builds a space-filling tree when the parameters are 2,1,5 respectively and the initial alive cell is on the side of the canvas(not corners).