Immortal Mandelbrot |
A Mandelbrot frozen stone cold solid
in space time while a psychedelic blizzard rages around it WMV 640x480 134 sec. 34 MEG ♦♦♦ AVI 640x480 134 sec. 215 MEG ♦♦♦ This is an extended 7 minute version of
The Immortal - project it up ona wall at a party, club, rave, etc. : WMV 640x480 7 min 13 sec. 125 MEG ♦♦♦♦ AVI 640x480 7 min 13 sec. 754 MEG ♦♦♦♦ |

GothicIndustrial |
A silver and gold metallic 3D techno-morph spinningand twisting with rainbow streaks. Can you discern the distorted 3D Mandelbrot in the center? This illustrates Fractint's formula parser and 3D rendering capability. AVI 1024x768 4 min 30 sec. 311 MEG ♦♦♦♦ New! 10/01/2016 |

Quark |
A 3D Mandel(WTF) spinning ina sea of 3D subatomic chaos "Quark Soup" AVI 1024x768 60 sec. 108 MEG ♦♦ |

Burning Ships |
This is the now famous "burning ship" fractal which is derived by a very small change to the classic Mandelbrot formula, which is:
Mandelbrot (xaxis) { ; z = 0, c = pixel: z = z*z + c |z| < 4 } To make the burning ship, simply use the absolute values of the REAL and IMAG components: Burning Ship { ; z = 0, c = pixel: z = (abs(z))^2+ c |z| < 4 } AVI 1024x768 437 MEG (High Resolution) ♦♦♦ 2 minutes 33 seconds |

Journey to the Black Hole |
A bizarre fractint formula leadingdown one of the infinite number of infinite fractal tunnels passing thru a sequence of increasing polygons on the way. AVI 1024x768 454 MEG ♦♦♦ 1 minute 55 seconds |

Evolution of the Mandelbrot Set |
The normal {classic} Mandelbrot uses an exponent of 2 , and theformula can be written thus: Mandelbrot (xaxis) { ; z = 0, c = pixel: z = z^2 + c |z| < 4 } In this viddie, that exponent is varied from 0 to 8 , and we see the Mandelbrot evolve from a seed to a creature with multiple (7 in this case) heads. AVI 1400x1050 205 MEG ♦♦♦ New! Feb 2015 |

DarkSyDe |
Another complex FractInt fractal formula.Loox kinda like a Mandelbrot, but it isn't quite....from the Jim Muth FOTD archives. AVI 1024x768 374 MEG ♦♦♦ 1 minute 22 seconds |

TeSLa |
This is from a formula by Mike Frazier which combines 3 complex Mandelbrots in a format similar to the parallel resistance formula from electronics:
z=0, c1=pixel-p1, c2=pixel+p1, c3=pixel: f1=z*z+c1, f2=z*z+c2, f3=z*z+c3, z=1/(1/f1+1/f2+1/f3), |z|<100 AVI 640x480 407 MEG ♦♦♦ 1 minute 47 seconds AVI 1024x768 888 MEG ♦♦♦ 1 minute 47 seconds |

Aurora Fractalis |
A nice Aurora Borealis displayfractint style ! AVI 1024x768 52 sec. 55 MEG ♦ |
Chaos Creation |
...fron the Big Bang
to the Garden of Eden... AVI 1024x768 30 sec. 47 MEG |

4DMorph |
Travel thru the 4th fractal dimension as aMandelbrot morphs into a Julia, then back again upside down. Derived from a Jim Muth fractint formula. Try this with ultrafractal or fractal extreme!
AVI 1024x768 38 sec. 32 MEG ♦ |

3D Julia Squares |
Julia type fractal with exponent 2.003creates a unique 3D maze type object zoom in to E+13 and check it out AVI 800x600 87 sec. 166 MEG ♦♦ |

Darkness Descends |
ZooM in to a tweaked Mandelbrot... a bit strange ... [ dead-freaky actually ]AVI 640x480 90 sec. 144 MEG ♦♦♦ AVI 1024x768 90 sec. 360 MEG ♦♦♦ |

Metamorphosis |
A morphing Julia with color cycling from aformula by Jim Muth and Andrew Coppin. AVI 800x600 63 sec. 94 MEG ♦♦♦ |

Alien Flower Bouquet |
ZooM + color CyclingWarning: These plants are psychoactive
AVI 1024x768 61 sec. 176 MEG ♦♦♦ |

ShrOOmZ |
Mandelbrot ZooM to E+20with color cycling Like the two above, a special one for those ...... altered states
WMV 640x480 93 sec. 22 MEG ♦♦♦ AVI 640x480 93 sec. 160 MEG ♦♦♦ |

Spirit Of Chaos |
A strange fractal morph from aformula by Jim Muth AVI 1024x768 74 sec. 102 MEG ♦♦ |

Space Bubbles |
It's either a trip thru galactic space or a fantastic voyage thru a drop of pond water.AVI 1024x768 77 sec. 224 MEG ♦♦ |

The classic way of rendering fractals is to iterate the coordinates of each pixel on the screne many times through the equation until it "escapes" from the complex plane or appears to be forever "trapped", determined by algorithm. If it is trapped it is part of the fractal set and is colored black. If it escapes it is then given a color based on the number of iterations it took. This iteration process graphs what is called an orbit, which can be circular, spiral, or any kind of shape. And the orbit of one pixel can cover a large part of the screne.

BuddhaBrot |
To make the BuddhaBrot, the orbits themselves are plotted on the screne, not the individual colored pixel. And wherever two orbits intersect,
that pixel is incremented by color. (And this is done only for the ones that "escape"). The overlap of all these thousands of orbits then
creates the fuzzy surrealistic "BuddhaBrot" image. And this can be done for any fractal, not just the Mandelbrot.
As iteration count increases, the length and time of the orbit(s) increase, thus creating more overlaps and more incremented pixels. Thus by varying the iteration and parameter count an interesting morphing-evolution effect is seen. AVI 1024x768 74 sec. 183 MEG ♦♦♦ |

RDS Mandelbrot zoom :

is much better resolution than the pics.

A short zoom from the parent Mandelbrot

to the North-tip mini-brot.

AVI 640x480 12 sec. 23.9 MEG

AVI 1024x768 91 sec. 213 MEG

CreaTure |
A Strange Morphing Mandelbrot CreaTureAVI 1024x768 55 sec. 95 MEG |
XenoMorphs |
A Menagerie of XenoMorphsThey're Alive!AVI 1024x768 2 min 21 sec. 992 MEG |

corruption enters the Creation

AVI 1024x768

1 min 40 sec.

377 MEG