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Description: How to make a presentation about fractals interesting and easy to understand?
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« on: June 30, 2014, 11:39:46 AM »

Every year I have to make a presentation about a specific subject, for the next I want to choose fractals as a subject. But I'm probably the only on my school who understands fractals. So how can I make this all easy to understand?



I thought these should be at least in it:

-What are fractals
-History of fractals
-Kinds of fractals
-Fractal generation
-Imaginary numbers
-Fractal art
-Fractals in nature
-Fractal generating software

Are there other subjects I can add to make it interesting?
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« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2014, 12:06:19 PM »

hmm, i could provide you with my presentation about that exact subject, depending on the length of your presentation you need to cut out a bit

the layout for me was like this:

- coastline of england as description what the idea behind fractals
- along with history of the basic fractals - sierpinski, menger, cantor dust
- kinds of fractals could be an exaggeration, i mean it would take a whole presentation to cover that, but basically this would be done in your first slides where you talk about what fractals are, and include a short statement about where they can be found, in nature, in computers, used for clouds, mountains, trees and stuff
- imaginary numbers ... rather complex ...
- fractal art, yay
- fractal applications: surface analysis, topology analysis (e.g. detect human made structures from air pictures ) and last not least the good ole fractal antenna
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« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2014, 01:15:04 PM »

hmm, i could provide you with my presentation about that exact subject, depending on the length of your presentation you need to cut out a bit

the layout for me was like this:

- coastline of england as description what the idea behind fractals
- along with history of the basic fractals - sierpinski, menger, cantor dust
- kinds of fractals could be an exaggeration, i mean it would take a whole presentation to cover that, but basically this would be done in your first slides where you talk about what fractals are, and include a short statement about where they can be found, in nature, in computers, used for clouds, mountains, trees and stuff
- imaginary numbers ... rather complex ...
- fractal art, yay
- fractal applications: surface analysis, topology analysis (e.g. detect human made structures from air pictures ) and last not least the good ole fractal antenna

I asked my teacher and he isnt sure about the length, but it is probably 30 minutes. But I may also write something about fractals.
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