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June 3, 2005 | Comments (0)
Fractal; march 2003; nikon 5700; © janco tanis

When using my first computer I wrote a program to calculate the mandelbrot fractal. I used a hercules monochrome graphics card so it wasn’t really wonderfull. I find fractals really amazing but also costing a lot of time as you get addictive to it and wanto to calculate more and more and more; deeper and deeper and deeper within the set… Have a look at The Mandelbrot Explorer and checkout how much time you spend…



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Posted by: :) Mr Angry at June 11, 2005 2:41 AM

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