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Triquetra Fractal

The below is from a New Zealand blog called "Not Quite Perfect." Dzeni is the site's proprietor, she focuses this blog on Fractals many of which she created using Chaoscope. The image below I believe is a recent creation of hers.

At the request of a reader she created a fractal based on a triquetra and this is the result she posted. This falls into the category of an illusion of science. Without the modern personal computer creating these images would be next to impossible.

Update: Dzeni says, "The image above was created using Apophysis." Thanks Dzeni!


Dzeni said...

The image above was created using Apophysis. Thanks for the link :)

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