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Description: Anti-buddhabrot style image of non-escaping points of the quadratic sectionally defined Mandelbrot: zē+c(z) where c(z)=c1 (the depicted image) if re(z)<0, otherwise c2=fixed at 0.348+0.092i. 80 times more random points were sampled as the image has pixels. Axis is -2..+2 in both directions, centered.

Red channel: repeated log of hit count during iterations 10 to 25 until value drops below 1 divided by same transformation for the maximum encountered hit count in the red iteration range; green channel hit count during iteration numbers (if not yet escaped) 25 to 250, identical transformation, blue channel 250 to 2500 iterations, log(log) transformation. Pixels with fewer than 10 total hits were omitted.


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Posted by: marcm200 June 09, 2019, 10:57:10 PM

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Sabine62
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June 11, 2019, 10:45:29 PM
Buddha's Spiegelei? ;D
Seriously now: very nice image! :yes: :thumbs: I particularly like that glassy appearance and also what seems to look like a vertical cut.
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June 12, 2019, 12:54:01 PM
Thanks!

Spiegelei - that would have been a nice name! To me the image looked like a German Euro coin, hence the name.

The vertical line is a shadow of the y-axis due to the conditional switch between c values at that border.
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June 13, 2019, 01:21:56 PM
Ahh, thank you, I was wondering what that line did there  :thumbs:
German euro-coins: will watch more closely how they differ from the dutch ones!

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