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Figure 1a. The Mandelbrot set illustrates self-similarity. As the image is enlarged, the same pattern re-appears so that it is virtually impossible to determine the scale being examined. Figure 1b. The same fractal magnified six times. Figure 1c. Figure 1d. Fractals are distinguished from regular geometric figures by their fractal dimensional scaling. As mathematical equations, fractals are usually nowhere differentiable.[2][5][8] An infinite fractal curve can be conceived of as winding through space differently from an ordinary line, still being a 1-dimensional line yet having a fractal dimension indicating it also resembles a surface.[7]:48[2]:15 There is some disagreement amongst authorities about how the concept of a fractal should be formally defined. Introduction[edit] The word "fractal" often has different connotations for laypeople than mathematicians, where the layperson is more likely to be familiar with fractal art than a mathematical conception. History[edit] Figure 2.

Category:Electronic music Subcategories This category has the following 19 subcategories, out of 19 total. Pages in category "Electronic music" The following 70 pages are in this category, out of 70 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Fantastic Fractals Category:Fractals From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Fractals are self-similar geometric objects with both aesthetical and scientific uses. Subcategories This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total. Software 3D graphics - index Digital art Wade GuytonUntitled (2008) Epson UltraChrome inkjet prints on linen 84 x 587 inches still from Jeremy Blake's Winchester Redux, a 5 min. digital video with sound, continuous loop (2004) Maurizio Bolognini, Programmed Machines (Nice, France, 1992-97).

3D Multiprocessor Fractal Engine Evolutionary art Artificial Evolution of the Cyprus Problem (2005) is an artwork created by Genco Gulan Evolutionary art is created using a computer. The process starts by having a population of many randomly generated individual representations of artworks. Digitale Kunst Digitale Kunst oder Digitalkunst, oft gleichbedeutend mit Computerkunst gebraucht, sind im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch Sammelbegriffe für Kunst, die digital mit dem Computer erzeugt wird. Im engeren Sinn ist es Kunst, die nur durch die spezifischen Eigenschaften digitaler Medien möglich geworden ist, zum Beispiel die Zählbarkeit aller Information, ihre Trennbarkeit von einem bestimmten Datenträger oder den Einsatz von Algorithmen. – Erst in den 1990er Jahren wurde der Ausdruck Digitale Kunst gebräuchlich. Begriffe und Definitionen[Bearbeiten] Interaktive Roboterinstallation „profiler“ der Künstlergruppe „robotlab“ aus Karlsruhe Die Digitale Kunst zählt zur Medienkunst. Im Zusammenhang mit digitaler Kunst werden teils sich überschneidende Begriffe verwendet:

all about visual art Desktop Calendar – January 2014 2014 begins and we are starting the fourth round of our desktop calendar series. We are looking forward to a successful New Year and wish you all the best. pentateuque by fabien merelle jan 30, 2013 pentateuque by fabien merelle ‘pentateuque’, 2013 by fabien mérelle presented at artstage singaporeresin with paint, hair and fabricimage courtesy edouard malingue gallery french artist fabien mérelle presents ‘pentateuque’ as part of the 2013 art stage singapore exhibition at the marina bay sands. the animated sculpture depicts a man withstanding the weight of an elephant – a translation of an illustration by the same artist into three dimensional volume lightheartedly referencing the maxim ‘to have the weight on one’s shoulders’. mérelle uses the tools of humor, storytelling and whimsy to direct the spirit of his pieces, with ‘pentateuque’ a charming nod to his childhood. the work is a translation of an illustration by the same artist into three dimensional volumeimage courtesy the artist


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