Welcome to my fractal gallery !
Here you will find hundreds colorful, high-quality, continuous-shades true 24-bit pictures of chaotic iterated systems (AKA "fractals"), real photos from seen and unseen universes (NO image processing or elaboration) such as you'll hardly find elsewhere!
I spent several years in the past investigating and working in this field also. All the fractals I have made were created with propertary software [ZoneXplorer] and algorithms both developed by me after HARD WORK - no toys for children.
Please keep in mind that all the pictures hosted here are NOT public domain but they lay under author's copyright. Any unauthorized redistribution, printing, publication or commercial usage of them is EXPRESSLY FORBIDDEN.
Enjoy your eyes!
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|Maps of polynomial and rational mathematical functions||101||December 30, 2012|
|Maps of mathematical functions with geometrical distortions (1st order discontinuities) applied||233||December 30, 2012|
|Maps of transcendental mathematical functions (qualitatively, they pretty behave like infinite degree polynomials)||108||December 30, 2012|
|Pictures from Julia sets of arbitrary geometrical transformations, rather than actual math functions, allowing second order discontinuities. Very impressive ones!||73||December 30, 2012|
|Historical archive: the first maps obtained with ZoneXplorer (mostly grayshades, colored by hand). Some are REALLY nice, have a look!||116||never more|
|«Thick Fractals» - A new, experimental method I developed to compute fractals of geometrical transformations with overlapping boundaries and yet without using recursive or random procedures. A field still to be better explored.||80||January 1, 2013|