Damn that's good math. You may need a decent device though it's possible to downscale the resolution and still get pretty incredible images. At 4K actually at extreme or above it's truly mind-blowing !!! Would be nice if it included a couple more starting algorithms but not a deal breaker. Free version includes a bunch of customizable settings and the extremely inexpensive pay version $1.99 03/2022 could easily demand double or triple. Ads, there are not any. Thank you Thank you thank you!
61 people found this review helpful
Visually stunning. You'll want to download this app at least once just to see the dizzying effects it can create. It's really very beautiful. Of course, the controls are a bit awkward and it's hard to do anything on purpose. You can rotate (diffracting the image) and zoom in/out. It's very kaleidoscopic (except when you accidentally fold all the colors in on themselves and are left w/ one, but there's a reset button.) I only wish you had options to construct your own or view different fractals.
36 people found this review helpful
I use a variety of different programs/apps to create and explore fractal figures. This is probably my favorite of the apps I've found for Android. Was glad to support the dev by purchasing the pro license. It is a steal for $2. There are a few things I would love to see added in the future. 1) alternative controls for rotating. I often times use this with an android emulator on PC since my computer has more power than my phone. However, without multi-touch emulation, the controls are limited. 2) Would also love to see an audio-reactive modulation, so it changes in time with music. Keep it up, this is freaking awesome
56 people found this review helpful