Some simple fractals

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Mr.Spock
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Some simple fractals

Postby Mr.Spock » Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:23 am

They are pretty.
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Re: Some simple fractals

Postby Mr.Spock » Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:29 am

More pretty fractals.
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Re: Some simple fractals

Postby Mr.Spock » Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:31 am

And more still.
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Re: Some simple fractals

Postby bwisialo » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:06 am

Nice! :D You figured out how to do it. There are a lot of really impressive and classic fractals that are one or two modes (M1 splitting 2,2; M2 splitting 1,1). Once you find one fractal, you find more by making the angles larger / smaller -- often if you increase / decrease both child angles, or increase one and decrease the other. Also, try Mirror settings and then changing the angles.

The repetition of one or two modes allows the genome to serve as an Iterative Function System, a common method for producing fractals, and most if not all fractals in Cell Lab are IFS. There are a bunch of fractal threads you can check out. One that is a bit more complicated and is particularly astounding is the Fractal Generator.
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