Tuesday, April 2, 2013

2013 ART: 3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art. Art from Mathematics.

3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art.  Art from Mathematics.    
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Mandelbrot Sea and the nearby coast
Click image to enlarge
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Location Link. Click to go or drag to the viewer screen:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA27/151/68/2562
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  • The Mandelbrot set is usually presented as flat.  
  • That is so it can fit on paper.
  • The main art to this presentation is coloring.
  • In 3D, shape is also available to the artist. 
  • Here Mac Kanashimi shows how to work the Mandelbrot in 3D
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The Mandelbrot basin in 3D
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Click the image to enlarge it.  Look for the valleys and streams 
Or visit the display:

Location Link. Click to go or drag to the viewer screen:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA27/151/68/2562

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The basis of what you see 
  • A calculation* assigns a value to each point on the surface.
  • Some mapping rule is used to represent that value visually
  • Nearby points often have the same value
  • Points with the same value can be grouped into a single prim
  • Colors can by assigned to different values.
  • *Calculation: Mandelbrot set--Technical
View from the Mandelbrot Sea
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Different mapping rules give dramatically different results
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Fractal geometry
  • Fractals look like nature
  • Nature is full of fractals
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Report by Quan Lavender
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Highlands encircle the basin
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The sea, the coast, and the highlands
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Contact
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