Julius Horsthuis keeps innovating in the 3D fractal scene.
I don’t really know what a Mandelbrot is or what its significance is, but its still very interesting nonetheless . Besides, the double edge sword of finding out the mystery in something, removes the mystery that made it so interesting in the first place.
(Link: Kate. Thanks!)
Obviously, no need to talk about mandelbrot’s fractals…
here we present the mandelbulb 3D !
As this turns to be a week in memory of Benoît B. Mandelbrot on the DPV, I decided to post this video about fractals. Fractals are not just beautiful colorful shapes, but a way of thinking. The fractalic aesthetic has a message: You can zoom in or zoom out but everything is exactly the same. The world is fractalic, Feelings are fractalic, space is fractalic. The first time I looked at the sky and saw fractals I felt like I was discovering the operating system of my mind and the universe.
Notice that the begining of the video shows the video feedback effect that is used in many of the art work that is uploaded to this site by Samas. If you got a video camera at home it’s something worth experimenting with, it’s a lot of fun!
Did you ever wonder how your computers dream would look like?
well the Electric Sheep Project will show you exactly what they look like, check it out!
Benoît B. Mandelbrot, The father of fractal mathematics had passed away this week, at the age of 84. There are a lot of fractal inspired art going around and numerous animations of the Mandelbrot set, this one is one of the prettier.