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Revision as of 15:59, 21 July 2008


Tunnel
Tunnel.jpg
Field: Fractals
Image Created By: Jos Leys
Website: Mathematical Imagery by Jos Leys

Tunnel

A fractal image originating from a Mandelbrot set that Jos Leys created using Ultrafractal.


A More Mathematical Explanation

A fractal image originating from a Mandelbrot set that Jos Leys created using Ultrafractal.

A fractal image originating from a Mandelbrot set that Jos Leys created using Ultrafractal.




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About the Creator of this Image

Jos Leys creates images from mathematics using programs such as Ultrafractal and Povray. He has also created a two hour mathematical animation film called Dimensions, in collaboration with the French mathematicians E.Ghys and A.Alvarez.


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