Harter-Heighway Dragon

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Harter-Heighway Dragon Curve (3D- twist)
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Harter-Heighway Dragon Curve (3D- twist)

The image above is an example of a Harter-Heighway Curve (also called Dragon Curve). This fractal was first described in 1967 by American Martin Gardner and is often referred to as the Jurassic Park Curve, because it garnered popularity after being drawn and alluded to in the novel Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton (1990).

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