The Fractal Gallery

This is a zoom of the fractal based on Newton's method for finding roots of the equation z^6 - 1

This is a zoom of the needle sticking out of the Mandelbrot set

This is a zoom into a swirl in a Julia set

This fractal was created by our team and is calculated by the following function: To begin, z=pixel, and c=pixel-sin(z). Then, each iteration is: c=pixel+c/z-z, z=z*pixel+c/z

"The Beast" This is an Iterated Function System created by our team

This is a zoom of the fractal based on Newton's method for finding roots of z^3 - 1

This is a fractal generated by our team using the following formula: To begin, z=pixel. Then, each iteration is z=z^4 - z - 0.79

This fractal is called the "spider." The formula used to generate it is: To begin, c=pixel, z=pixel. Then, each iteration is: z=z^2 + c, c=c/2 + newz(the one calculated immediately before)

This is the Lyapunov fractal, based on the Lyapunov exponents

This is an Iterated Function System that was created by our team. It is the word Fractory, and each line is made up of the word Fractory, and each of those lines is also . . . You'll see.