- Choose from both common fractals and more unusual types
- Visualize the Sierpiński gasket, the Koch snowflake, and the Mandelbrot set, as well as over 40 other fractals
- Input parameters to customize your fractal type
- Learn the rules behind the fractal construction
- Explore hundreds of possibilities, including line and shape replacement fractals, space-filling curves, Blancmange function, Mandelbrot and Julia sets, and 3D fractals
The Wolfram Fractals Reference App is powered by the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine and is created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica—the world's leading software system for mathematical research and education.
The Wolfram Fractals Reference App draws on the computational power of Wolfram|Alpha's supercomputers over a 2G, 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connection.
Hopefully I will find the time to extend it a bit more...
- Save and share images or set as wallpaper
- Manage a list of favorite locations
- Pinch to zoom and button zoom
- Fullscreen mode
- Portrait and landscape orientation
- Choose gradients
- History navigation buttons
- Change parameters, number of iterations
- RenderScript calculations (for Honeycomb & ICS)
- Designed for both phone & tablet
that is, when looking the figure with a fine scale, you still have the same figure.
fractals are useful for creating natural landscapes,trees,savage coasts...Funny way to learn some geometric principles!
Like cellular automata, the rules behind these systems are very easy to understand, although the dynamics produced can be immensely complex.
This app allows you to explore the dynamics of the 216 simplistic tag systems, starting from many different initial conditions. Many aspects of these systems are still unknown, and this app gives you the opportunity to discover them.
In tag systems a row of blocks evolves over time, because blocks are removed from the left and added to the right. The colors of the blocks added on the right depend upon the the colors of the blocks on the left.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway%27s_Game_of_Life for more information.
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Cellular automata is an artificial life research, each cell must follow two simple rules.
A, if a cell has two or three neighbors can live to the next moment, otherwise it will die for living alone or crowded space.
B, a vacancy with three neighbors, can be born a new cell.
Apply these simple rules to cell evolution, and let cell replicate itself. It is easy to predict state when number of cell is small. After duplicate thousands of cells, these simple rules will show us something amazing.
When the evolution becomes our wallpaper, our phone will be a world that life develop.
It also aims to be one of the fastest fractal generators available for Android, optimised to take advantage of all the available processing power on your device.
Move around the fractals by dragging with one finger and pinch with two to zoom in and out. Hold your finger down to drop a pin and explore the Julia set.
If you find a particularly beautiful spot, you can save the image or share it with friends.
Mandelbrot Maps is open-source software - you can find the source on my GitHub account, which is linked on this page as the developer website.
This Android port of Mandelbrot Maps is based on the original web app created by Iain Parris (http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/wadler/mandelbrot-maps/mmaps.html, http://www.inf.ed.ac.uk/publications/thesis/online/IM080583.pdf) and further developed by Edward Mallia (http://edwardmallia.com/mandelbrotmaps/), and Taige Liu. All versions were done under the supervision of Philip Wadler (http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/wadler/) at the University of Edinburgh.
-Continuous render loop of incremented multiples
-Touch-screen support to manually adjust current multiple
Most often, you see these types of doodles on scientists' notebooks (for example Dr. Lawrence Angelo). Why? Because they are relaxing and thought provoking. As long as you don't have any Project 5 aggression factors and a lawnmower business, these might calm you down.
To draw one yourself on paper or perhaps your living room wall, here are some simple steps to replicate this experiment:
1. Draw a triangle
2. Draw one edge a little longer than it should be
3. Draw a line from the tip of the longer edge to the next point of the triangle, but again a little longer than it should be.
4. Go to step 3.
It allows users navigate through the world of fractional function (only Mandelbrot set at the
moment, but more are coming) by panning, pinch zooming and even rotating the viewport.
Powered by OpenGL ES 2.0 and Necessitas, FractalGL delivers the smoothest user experience
among similar products in the market.
•Panning the image
•Pinch zoom up to 25000X of the original scale.
•Multi-touch rotate via the image center
•OpenGL ES 2.0 Rendering
•Save image to device
•Change color ramp for Mandelbrot
•Improve rotation and zooming experience
** Install Guide
1. On the first time running of FractalGL, it will direct you to the Android Market to
download an app called “Ministro II”, which is a system to help you to retrieve and update
the latest Qt libraries for your device. Download and Install “Minstro II”.
2. Run FractalGL again and it will notify you that you need to download some necessary
libraries to run the application. Select yes and wait for the download to finish.
3. After the successfully download of the require libraries, FractalGL should run
Project website and source code:
Meet any issue of the program? Please send me an email to report bug or feedback.
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Just use it for a few minutes and you will feel like a buddhist monk. Nirvana was never so close!
More interactive experiences at: http://www.juankysoriano.com
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Added support for Android KitKat
Preparing the application for futures updates... coming soon...