The elementary cellular automaton is a one-dimensional cellular automaton where a cell's new state is determined by the cell to the left, itself, and the cell to the right.

The rule field takes in an integer in 0-255, with each digit of the binary representation of the number representing the result of the binary representation of the number representing *that* state. This confusing representation is called the Wolfram Code.

#rule=22&setup_type=Center
#rule=57&setup_type=Center
#rule=73&setup_type=Center
#rule=182&setup_type=Center
#rule=110&setup_type=Right
#rule=73&setup_type=Random
#rule=105&setup_type=Random
#rule=106&setup_type=Random
#rule=168&setup_type=Random
#rule=182&setup_type=Random
#rule=184&setup_type=Random