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Description: The rough surfaces' shapes and the smooth surfaces' colors seem to be full of ducks-fractal patterns here.
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Posted by: Pauldelbrot January 03, 2012, 06:07:16 AM

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January 03, 2012, 09:48:53 AM
Thanks. Very strange, though not as three-dimensional, in a certain sense, as The Network.

This was done with M3D's ABoxModKali, which I now am not sure whether it's the "true" Kalibox or not ... though the triple-point with tree-like forms spiraling into it combined with ducks-like patterns are recurring features of the 2D Kali fractals, so obviously it's not entirely unrelated either. It looks like those may be fairly generic to mappings with piecewise-linear parts (e.g. abs on coordinate values), in much the way that the quadratic Julia forms and Mandelbrot set are fairly generic to locally-analytic mappings of the complex plane ... though, they're absent from the (non-twisted) Mandelbox (twisted gets you ducks-like patterns, at the very least).
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January 03, 2012, 09:32:34 AM
Very nice, Paul

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