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Author Topic: Phoenix Juliabulb  (Read 1050 times)
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« on: December 02, 2009, 04:20:57 AM »

The Phoenix formula dates back to early FractInt days, and is also a fractal with a power function:

z = z^p + c + distort*oldz

where distort is a complex number and oldz is the z value from the previous iteration. Here is a sample image with a Julia seed of 0.8, a distort value of -0.5 and a power of 6. It sort of looks like a fruit platter.

* FruitPlatter.jpg (196.66 KB, 900x900 - viewed 339 times.)

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