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Riemandelettuce without trigonometry
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Riemandelettuce without trigonometry
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mclarekin
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Re: Riemandelettuce without trigonometry
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September 16, 2019, 01:43:45 PM »
coded riemannSphereHoboldMulti in Mandelbulberv2 dev2.20
i need to relook at the DE one day
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mclarekin
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September 30, 2019, 02:38:42 AM »
just for fun hybrid
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hobold
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October 06, 2019, 09:34:34 AM »
Experimenting with Julia morphs. So this is with an invariant "+ c" constant (per frame). The look is much more uniform, because all "tiles" all over the globe are bulging outward or inward for any given c constant. The Julia parameter c is animated without much of a plan. Connected and disconnected Julia sets both seem to exist.
http://www.vectorizer.org/rmdltc/jul8_8_8_iter5.mp4
Wraparound exponents 8 and 8, stretch exponent 8, 5 iterations.
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hobold
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October 07, 2019, 06:50:53 PM »
Another Julia morph. Wraparound exponents 6 and 4, stretch exponent 4, max iterations 8.
http://www.vectorizer.org/rmdltc/jul6_4_4_iter8.mp4
This one almost dissolves into a dust cloud at one point, but that is an accident. The animation of the Julia constant was not intentionally artistic or anything.
I think I am seeing arches flashing up briefly. So maybe this one warrants further exploration.
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