Evolving the Mona Lisa

This is really cool: Genetic Programming: Evolution of Mona Lisa.
Roger Alsing used a genetic algorithm program to produce a replica of the Mona Lisa that uses just 50 semi-transparent polygons. His post has pictures at several steps along the process, from the initial black background (generation 1), to the final product at generation 904314.
[Via bioephemera]

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