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The evolution powered design factory.
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New interface to Wikiquotes and Wikicommons 16 million images lets you compose the perfect quote or card for Mother's Day.
https://www.genolve.com/svg/en/quotes.php?creation=dbb89e3d-1b31-4f9f-0891-ffc9427c32ad

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This was the winning video entry in the #DarwinDay contest to make a Valentine's card, submitted by user Marky, Congratulations Marky! see more of Marky's work here: https://www.genolve.com/svg/en/userProjects.php?userID=Marky

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This was the winning card entry in the #DarwinDay contest to make a Valentine's card, submitted by user bhemz, Congratulations bhemz! see more of bhemz work here: https://www.genolve.com/svg/en/userProjects.php?userID=bhemz
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Absolutely sublime flaming heart!! Submitted by Marky in the #DarwinDay challenge to evolve a Valentine's card. Get your entries in before midnight on DarwinDay, Feb 12. Start here: https://www.genolve.com/svg/en/darwinday.php

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Check out these awesome entries in the #DarwinDay challenge to evolve a Valentine's card. Get your entries in before midnight on DarwinDay, Feb 12. Start here: https://www.genolve.com/svg/en/darwinday.php
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It's that time of the year again, Feb 12 is Darwin Day! Genolve is holding its annual #DarwinDay competition to evolve a Valentine's card. This year we are adding a second category: video cards!

Submit your entries from now until midnight on DarwinDay. Submit as many as you want just be sure to register and login or we won't know who you are.

The winner will be announced on Valentine's Day and be featured prominently on the Genolve home page for one month!

Happy Evolving!
https://www.genolve.com
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New designs loaded for  Halloween and Dia de los Muertos. Make invitations, cover photos or just post cool creations!

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Genolve officially launches  today on the 205th anniversary of Darwin's birth! Genolve  uses simulated evolution to generate shapes. Breed shapes just like you might breed race horses or championship show dogs. Behind the scenes the site is using genetic algorithms that seek to mimic natural evolution by modeling mutation, selection and crossover. In artificial intelligence genetic algorithms are one of many optimization techniques. In this case the optimal solution is the best looking shape.
Genolve has been in development for many years. It started out as a 20% project  back in 2009. With the economic slow-down it ended being more like a 50% or 60% project. The name of the site is a word-mashup of: gene, genome, evolve, generate.
Try out Genolve at the link below but keep in mind it will take time to see something cool; give it at least 5 minutes. Evolution is a slow algorithm (notice how long it takes nature) but the discovery process itself is fun.
The shapes are in a format called Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and this standard is just catching on. Each browser tends to render the shapes a little bit differently. The situation is kind of like how they rendered HTML differently not so long ago.  SVG animations can bring your browser to its knees. If this happens, simply avoid all animated SVG which are marked with a dashed outline.
The Beta marker is still on the site because there are still a few rough spots. Only limited testing has been done for Safari and mobile devices. We welcome your feedback and suggestions.
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