Defining the Lindenmayer System
The first tab that allows you to define the Lindenmayer System is opened.
Defining the Geometrical Representation
ALSOG allows you to use different geometrical objects to represent a symbol.
Defining the Colours
You may also apply different colouring schemes to each symbol. The picture shows ALSOG with the palette editor being opened.
Defining the Environment
ALSOG allows to change the background colour and use up to eight — coloured and individually positioned — light sources.
After computing, ALSOG shows statistics about the generated Lindenmayer System representation.
The last tab lists the available default symbols.