XaoS - Fractal Gallery


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This is the gallery of animations rendered by XaoS - the realtime fractal zoomer. You might also want to visit the image gallery

An introduction to fractals

An introduction and the Mandelbrot set

This is the only MPEG animation I've rendered so far. It is about 4 minutes long first chapter of XaoS's tutorial called "An introduction to fractals". It takes 3.5MB of disc space. You might also try new version (4.9MB) rendered in the higher quality and containing some new animations. It don't contain the introduction part, that I've decided to render separately. It will be ready in few weeks.

Animation rendering is experimental feature of upcoming version 3.1. This is my first MPEG animation I've ever rendered, so any comments are welcome.

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Julia set

This is the second chapter of tutorial introducing to the Julia set. Shows correspondence between Julia and Mandebrot set, morphing of julia and some images/animations. It is approx. 2 minutes long and takes 2.5MB

Normaly XaoS plays such animations at realtime, so if you want to see other 8 chapters, download it.

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Other animations

"Newton's julia"

This is an zoom trought an "newton's julia" - an modified newton's formula wich gives quite interesting results. I used this animaiton for my tests of various MPEG encoders and after seeing it 20 times I've decided to put it into homepage too.

It is approx. 1 minute long and takes 1.3MB of disc space

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Barnsley's julia morphing

This is julia morphing animation on quite interesting julias generated by Barnsley's formula. The animation differs from the normal julia morphing animations, because it shows julia calculated using low number of iteratins and colored using incoloring methods.

It is approx. 20 seconds long and takes 1.8MB of disc space

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Barnsley's julia morphing II

This is julia morphing animation on quite interesting julias generated by Barnsley's formulas. The animation differs from the normal julia morphing animations, because it shows julia calculated using low number of iteratins and colored using incoloring methods.

It is approx. 20 seconds long and takes 1MB of disc space

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