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I got to mucking around with some batches of flame images I had been meaning to put together, and ended up using them with a screenshot of the website www.hd-fractals.com itself (edit – the site has a new theme since this video was created!) as a mini video within this video instead! I created it... Read More »
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fractalus.com A site dedicated to fractal art, information, and software. Artwork by Damien M. Jones, Sharon Webb, Alice Kelley, Linda Allison, Kerry Mitchell, Sylvie Gallet, and Margaret and Jack Valero are on display at the site; it is also the home for three fractal contests, various fractal programs, and the Infinite Fractal Loop. The Spanky... Read More »
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real time zooming! simple easy to use fractal explorer! free!  choose a download link… XaoS for Windows | XaoS for Mac OS X | Instructions for XaoS | XaoS Open Source Project This is the dazzling Real-Time Zoomer fractal software that allows you smooth zooming live! Explore the Mandelbrot set and 23 other fractals. Used... Read More »
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Electric Sheep This is an incredible evolving collaborative fractal screen saver project. Download the screensaver (for Mac, PC or linux) and let your computer help create some of the most beautiful fractal animations anywhere. Interact with it by voting on your favorite sheep, and help contribute to the fractal evolution!... Read More »
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I have been getting a few emails about my favicon, asking me how I animated it. So I figured I would write a short post explaining how I did it on my WordPress blog. First of all I created an animated GIF that was 16×16 in size and about 20 frames long. I used the... Read More »
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Are you aware of the Sierpinski fractal? here it is. I recently saw a very interesting photo of a sea shell on a blog... Read More »
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The Mandelbrot set is one of the most famous of all fractals. It is named after the man who discovered it. Benoit Mandelbrot. I wish he was my granddad! He is one of the people who pioneered the exploration of fractals and other chaotic systems.The Mandelbrot set is a  fractal. What this means is that... Read More »
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The Mandelbrot set is created using this formula. Z = Z x Z + C Z = (0 + 0i) C = (a + bi) Multiply Z by itself. Add C. The answer is the new value for Z. Repeat until the absolute value of Z is greater than two. So while it is probably... Read More »
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It’s can be obvious that the outer bands around the Mandelbrot set form complete loops around the Mandelbrot set. Look at this image. It is the Mandelbrot set with just two iterations calculated. You can see that the band representing two iterations, travels smoothly around the outer edges and then connects back up to itself.... Read More »
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Many things previously called chaos are now known to follow subtle fractal laws of behavior. So many things turned out to be fractal that the word “chaos” itself (in operational science) had redefined, or actually for the FIRST time Formally Defined as following inherently unpredictable yet generally deterministic rules based on nonlinear iterative equations. Fractals... Read More »
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