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Description: A suprisingly simple one-sided Mandelbox, with no rotations.
scale = 1, x>0.5, y>0.5, z>0.5 but no (x<-0.5), (y<-0.5),(z<-0.5)  term.
No minr or fixedr, just x=x/r, etc.

Zoomed around (2.9, 0, 0). norm < 24, imax = 128.

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Posted by: msltoe July 05, 2011, 07:19:41 PM

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 Comments (6) matty686 Conqueror Posts: 106 open-source rocks July 09, 2011, 03:59:36 PMI like it it has that eye candy feel i try to achieve with my fractals trafassel Fractal Bachius Posts: 531 July 06, 2011, 08:51:00 AMVery nice. msltoe Iterator Posts: 187 July 06, 2011, 04:27:46 AMI think the trick for spirals is keeping reflections at a minimum. The abs in your formula may have been preventing spirals. That said, this discovery was luck. Kali Fractal Supremo Posts: 1138 July 06, 2011, 02:11:41 AMSo 2D it's pretty similar to this: http://www.fractalforums.com/new-theories-and-research/kaliset-plus-boxfold-nice-new-2d-fractal/ I also used positive half of "boxfold", but with abs before and original mandelbox folding (2-x). I tried also a lot of variations, but I never saw such beatiful spirals with this kind of fractals, it's a great find of yours! msltoe Iterator Posts: 187 July 05, 2011, 09:34:16 PMVery close: x=1-x, y=1-y, z=1-z. I found the spiral by rendering a 2-D version in ChaosPro. Kali Fractal Supremo Posts: 1138 July 05, 2011, 08:14:14 PMAmazing!But as far as I understand, is just this?if (x>0.5) {x=2-x};if (y>0.5) {y=2-y};if (z>0.5) {z=2-z};r=x*x+y*y+z*z;x=x/r+c;y=y/r+c;z=z/r+c;

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