The applications have been created with
Flash MX, VB Script and XML Code

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The normal cells react freely under parameters imposed by the system.
When acell is ordered to leave, it leaves, and then returns to its place.
Thiselementary rule is the only one governing the movement of these
virtual cells.

The trajectory and the amount of time needed for its completion are
arbitrarily chosen by the processor. The processor introduces the notion of
liberty in a programmed environment. At this stage the cells do not move of
their own accord unless they receive the order to do so from the user.

Here are the basics:

Processor = Brain
Flash Application = Principle of space
Speed = Principle of time (life)
Area (boundaries) = human body
Color and form = specificity of the cell (as a brain cell)