## Time for something new

Tomorrow will be 3 months before it's been 20 years since I first devised complex rotational maths and then computed my shape.

So here are some new things in preparation.

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Fractal Dimension

## Thursday, October 30, 2014

## Sunday, February 19, 2012

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Mandelbulber

## Saturday, January 16, 2010

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Images et visualisation

## Monday, November 30, 2009

## Sunday, November 29, 2009

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Started to tidy up my website

## Saturday, November 28, 2009

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Interactive JuliaBristor set map

## Friday, November 27, 2009

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First Render by Jos Leys

Fractal models based on Doug Bristor's rotational complex maths to enable the understanding of observing multiple dimensional objects

fractaldimension.org.uk | Youtube - dougfractal |

Just discovered Mandelbulber. Has my fractal in it. I'm pretty chuffed.
http://www.mandelbulber.com/
So hope to start adding lots of new images of the same old fractal.

Thanks to Jos Leys for his article

http://images.math.cnrs.fr/Mandelbulb.html

My email comment to his article is:-

Although for me it has always been the holy grail even though it lacks the amazing beauty of the nth degree mandelbulbs. It exhibits other properties I would expect to find. 1 axis of symmetry. But most of all is the unique yet similar alternatives. As a model exhibiting complexity it demonstrates both big bang universe, and ever evolving universe which all experience depending on the technique of observation. This is particularly clear in the 4d model although observable in the 3d model.

http://images.math.cnrs.fr/Mandelbulb.html

My email comment to his article is:-

Although for me it has always been the holy grail even though it lacks the amazing beauty of the nth degree mandelbulbs. It exhibits other properties I would expect to find. 1 axis of symmetry. But most of all is the unique yet similar alternatives. As a model exhibiting complexity it demonstrates both big bang universe, and ever evolving universe which all experience depending on the technique of observation. This is particularly clear in the 4d model although observable in the 3d model.

Added an interactive JuliaBristor set map to my site

http://www.fractaldimension.org.uk/juliabristormap.html

You can mouseover the image on my site and explore the juliabistor sets (a little clearer)

preview only

http://www.fractaldimension.org.uk/juliabristormap.html

You can mouseover the image on my site and explore the juliabistor sets (a little clearer)

preview only

To my excitement I've seen a render using my maths by someone else, Jos Leys

http://www.fractalforums.com/theory/has-anyone-tried-this-formula/msg9223/#msg9223

Also uploaded another vidio to youtube.

http://www.fractalforums.com/theory/has-anyone-tried-this-formula/msg9223/#msg9223

Also uploaded another vidio to youtube.

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