Category Archives: Fractals

Here be dragons…

Hello, will release a new beta in the next days – mainly technical updates and bug fixes, but this will be the last purely technical update. So next stop will be some new features. But in the meantime, here is … Continue reading

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Lyapunov Fractals

Lyapunov fractals are very interesting. The basic formula rx(1 – x) is well-known from Bifurcation diagrams. In Mandelbrot sets, the parameter r is the current point (in fact, this is the Lambda preset). Nonetheless these fractals look completely different from … Continue reading

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Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

Hello, dearest Fractview user, I wish you a merry christmas, and thank you all for the rising numbers in users, improving reviews and all these lovely images on Facebook, Instragram, DeviantArt and many more. In case you don’t have a … Continue reading

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Release candidate for 3.2.2 – Quickstart Tutorial and some of my favorites

In the next days I will publicly publish version 3.2.2 of Fractview. This version will bring improvements on the precision of functions (still 32 bit but the number range is now much higher), the export function for favorites and a … Continue reading

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On Fold (Part 1: Basics)

Some of you might know that I publish some of my fractals on DeviantArt​. I made a lovely picture recently: And another one (originally there was another picture, but it was created with the branching preset, sorry for the mix-up): … Continue reading

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FractInt in Fractview Part 3 – Mandelfn and similar ones, and Spider

FractInt has many fractal types that are parameterized in one or more functions. mandelfn is very simple, use the following parameters: mandelinit: c function: p * sin z Or use another function, cos is really pretty. For most functions, in … Continue reading

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