The following demonstrates some motion experiments.
Valentino Braitenberg was an Italian neuroscientist and cyberneticist who wrote a book called, Vehicles: Experiments in Synthetic Psychology. In the book, he describes hypothetical vehicles comprised of motors, sensors and other components. Each vehicle inherits components from the previous until they exhibit identifiable behaviors such as aggression, cowardice and love.
The examples below are part of an ongoing project to build and animate Braitenberg's vehicles.
The following demonstrates some flocking experiments. Click and hold to attract the objects.