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Interpolated hybrid 1
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Description: An interpolated hybrid of a pow2 bulb and an icosahedron ifs.

In this type of hybrid, both formulas a calculated in each iteration step independent, and the results are linear interpolated as 3d vectors.
Here the icosahedron was weighted more than the pow2 bulb.

A nice thing is that you can morph between the formulas smoothly, but it is a bit slower because both formulas must be calculated.
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Posted by: Jesse July 29, 2010, 08:52:20 PM

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 Comments (2) Jesse Download Section Fractal Schemer Posts: 1013 August 27, 2010, 08:54:31 PMyepsimiliar weights dont work very well on different formulas, but if you use only small weights you can distort bulbs in nice ways KRAFTWERK Global Moderator Fractal Senior Posts: 1439 Virtual Surreality August 27, 2010, 02:33:03 PMCool Jesse, next release I guess?Would it be tecnically (mathematically) possible to choose how many percent each formula will "wheigh"?