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Description: Tree like patterns emerging from a solid.

These patterns are usually found as space filling patterns in areas where the bailout condition is not met. This is on the edge of a transformed Mandelbrot. I'm finding these patterns all other the place when using transforms on the Mandelbrot set.

Parameters

Formula: Mandelbrot

z = transform(z)
z = z^2 + c

Transform: inverse fold out, diameter 3 centred at 1.25 + 0i
Complex plane transform: none
Initial values of z: c
Image centre: -0.254587 + 0.073771i
Long side: 0.073771
Rotation about image centre: 0 degrees
Bailout condition: norm(z) > 16
Maximum iterations: 1000
Colour selection: outer for bailout otherwise inner
Outer colouring: iteration
Inner colouring: absolute log of range of magnitude
Programs: saturn and titan (my own programs).
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Posted by: element90 August 28, 2011, 12:21:18 PM

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