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welcome to my gardenFractal Art talk at Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VAKlockwerks
Fractal Art talk at Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA
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Description: Several of you have asked how the talk went at W&L last week. It was really great, attendance around 200 or a little more. I tried to make the opening funny by showing an actual MRI of my brain that in parts, had both 2 dimensional and then 3 dimensional fractals growing in it, which I thought was hilarious, but was met by straight if not shocked faces and not a single laugh.
The custom made faux mink coat was a necessary accessory after I found out the school had a secret society named the “Mongolian Minks”
In the photo I am explaining the fractal nature of the Lorenz Attractor and how it was utilized in the perspective of the famous Velazquez painting “Las Meninias”

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Posted by: LMarkoya March 12, 2015, 05:57:46 PM

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March 13, 2015, 02:37:19 PM
Love the image!

Nice to hear your report, and interesting about the perspective (or movement?) and the Lorenz attractor!

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