julia fractal

Interesting relationship between Mandelbrot and Julia fractals
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Animated Julia Fractal (HLSL Shader) #2
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Animated Julia Fractal (HLSL Shader) #1
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Julia Fractal Rendered in OpenGL
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PowerVR Series5XT and Series6 running OpenCL (Julia Fractal demo)
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QuartzComposer Fractal Explorer patch
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4D Julia Fractal  4D Camera Move 2
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Fractal Zoom Mandelbrot Edge
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Julia Morph 3D  Hypercomplex  Quaternionic  Trigonometric
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House of Mirrors
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Like in a dream  3D fractal trip
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Golden Ratio Julia Set.
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Zoom on 3D Julia fractal
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Psychedelic Nudes & Fractals mix
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Like in a dream
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PhygitalBrunch  Realtime Audioreactive Julia
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JULIA  someone on the playground told me about this magical place
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Like in a dream
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Quaternion Julia Fractal
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For each point in the famous Mandelbrot fractal, there is a unique Julia fractal. This video (made using the Mandelbrot Maps web applet  http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/wadler/mandelbrotmaps/mmaps.html) demonstrates an interesting relationship between the two. Moving back and forth along the main cardioid of the Mandelbrot (the large, heartshaped bulb), the associated Julia fractal squeezes into an intricate pattern of bulbs, before breaking apart outside the borders of the Mandelbrot. Zooming in on the smaller cardioids of the Mandelbrot fractal, we can see the pattern repeat itself on a smaller scale at multiple points in the Julia fractals. If you'd like to further explore the Mandelbrot and Julia sets in realtime, Mandelbrot Maps has now been ported to Android, as part of my undergraduate honours project. You can find it on the Google Play Store  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.ac.ed.inf.mandelbrotmaps. If you do use it, please leave a rating or a review and, if you have a few minutes to spare, fill out the usability survey linked in the app's description. This would be tremendously helpful for my dissertation. Mandelbrot Maps is opensource software. The source code for each version can be found by following its respective link above.