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Computer Generated Fractal Art
Amiga Fractal Geometry

Fractal geometry - rendered pattern mapped to jug shape using Virtual Reality program Fractal geometry - butterfly wing Fractal pattern rendered as a cube shape using Virtual Reality program
 ©0052 Dancing Jugs ©0053 Butterfly Wing ©0054 Cubes
Serpinski's Carpet; play on words to honor Fractal mathematician The Julia set; play on words to honor fractal mathematician Koch's snowflake; play on words to honor fractal mathematician
©0055 Sierpinski's Carpet ©0056 The Julia Set ©0057 Koch's Snowflake
palm tree drawing with fractal coast brown fractal fish commonly seen Fractal geometry - rendered image like satin
©0058 Chocolate Coast ©0059 Bottom Fish ©0060 Red Satin
fractal fir tree great for Christmas card Fractal art - fractal snag fractal woods  woodland
©0061 Fractal Forest: Firs ©0062 Fractal Forest: Snags ©0063 Fractal Forest: Woods
rendered picture - autumn leaves rendered picture - Fractal looks like green spiral galaxy rendered picture - Fractal looks like Christmas ornament or a boot
©0064 Autumn Leaves ©0065 Green Spiral ©0066 Christmas Boot
Fractal looks like a fern FREE-A plaque of the above descriptive information is available free to all who rent or purchase this entire unit.  
©0361 Fern

This Gallery is all about fractal heros. Benoit Mandelbrot coined the term fractal in the mid 70's.  Soon fractal art became a passion as rendered pictures were so beautiful.  We honor Mandelbrot's observation that everyday objects such as coastlines   "Chocolate Coast" ,  snowflakes, clouds, leaves  "Fractal Forest",    and mountain ranges  are described by fractal geometry.
          Fractals create rendered pictures by seemingly infinite iterations of formulas that contain complex numbers.  Much has been written of these fractal formulas and the men that devised them, symbolized here by the Fractal Library... "Sierpinski's Carpet"      "The Julia Set"    and   "Koch's Snowflake".
          When combining fractal formulas and the force of computer generation, many patterns develop.  Sections of self-similarity, the trademark of a fractal,  are found in  "Butterfly Wing"    "Bottom Fish"  "Cubes",  "DancingJugs",   "Green Spiral",  "Autumn Leaves",  "Christmas Boot",  and  "Red Satin"  and  "Fern".     

from "Digital Art Collections" Gallery 5 ...

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