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Description: Somewhere in a rotated -1.5 mandelbox
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Posted by: Guest January 13, 2011, 10:10:53 AM

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January 13, 2011, 10:18:44 PM
Surprisingly miqel, it appears there are no rotations on my version!
From checking the param settings it's a neg Mandelbox scale -1.275
with 46 iterations.
I probably saw the settings somewhere on FF a goodly while ago,
and started playing around with 'em!
If you want more detail, I'll send you the params as a PM, I assume
you've got a copy of M3D as well as Mandelbulber?
Be interesting to see how closely Mandelbulber translates it!  cheesy
January 13, 2011, 03:05:05 PM
Even more synchronicity ....
your image has been my desktop for the last week, but i found my image a bit more than a week ago!

I think we are in the same general place but with slightly different rotation parameters. I'm just figuring out this rotation thing by trial and error (I don't have a clear understanding of the sweet spots, or how to predict the results of my rotations ... but that's for a future topic post, which i'm still figuring out how to articulate)

Could you tell me the scale & rotation numbers you used - in a language that i can type into Mandelbulber? (Ie: main rotation alpha=4 beta=-22 gamma=3.6 ..  or shorthand for the additional folding plane options, like Neg.A.X=10, Pos.G.Y=-22)

I know mine is somewhere between a -1.3 & -1.5 box with rotations ... I just went to look it up and didn't save settings for that one. sad  
But I found one from the same night that's 99% chance the same settings.

Scale: -1.5 mandelbox, 150 iter
Main: A.B.G=0.0.0
Additional Planes:
Neg.A.Z=-3  Neg.B.Y=-3  Neg.G.X=-3
Pos.A.Z=4  Pos.B.Y=4  Pos.G.X=4
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January 13, 2011, 12:47:15 PM
Excellent image miqel! Think I've been here too - in M3D - with the complexity of these
things the chances of that happening are incredibly remote!! Synchronicity or what?!  very surprised
See: http://markjaybee.deviantart.com/art/Crystalline-Trees-181140149

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