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Aladdin's magic shoe.Spirals in 3D Julia SetLandscape
Spirals in 3D Julia Set
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Description: Download in original resolution (1920x1080) and view on a 3D TV in Side by Side mode.

I applied the algorithm created to view the classic Mandelbrot Set in 3D (the third dimension is the escape-time of each point) also to the Julia Set(s). This image is one of my favorites: a spiral composed of spirals composed of spirals... and all of them converge at infinite distance.

By the way, I donít use smooth color transitions because they donít live well with 3D. The brain needs to recognize and determine correspondences between the shapes both eyes see to deduce their distance, and that way it becomes more difficult.

You can see my complete 3D Julia and Mandelbrot Set galleries on:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/in4ur/

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Posted by: in4ur August 24, 2014, 07:14:44 PM

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