Infinite Regression I by lewis_moorcroft ()
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Finally something new :)
Exploring yet another side to Mojoworld - the Complex plane fractal node. This is specifically using the Julia set.
No postwork other than resizing and the image footer.
Higher quality and larger version can be found here (well worth a look):
Link: Full size version
For anyone interested, I am intrigued to know if it is possible to apply powers to the Julia set within Mojoworld, as it can really open up a whole variety of new shapes. Here is what I am on about:
I must admit I am not a massive math guru when it comes to this kind of stuff and so far have not had any success.
Image Comments (5)
woz2002 () 4:12PM | Wed, 04 September 2013
Such a refreshing change to see someone else pushing the mojo-norm ! Well done Lewis!! Excellent result...now the daft questions..Ive never had ANY joy with complex planes on the planet. I assume your using Surface normal on the side of a Cube?!
lewis_moorcroft () 4:31PM | Wed, 04 September 2013
I actually built it on the planet surface and using World Position - however, depending on your camera altitude and fractal size, finding the fractal is pretty tricky to the point where you think nothing is happening.I had to navigate to 90,0,0,N 90,0,0,E which is where the fractal originates (I turned off repeat too).
Slav () 7:40PM | Tue, 10 September 2013
Wow! Awesome! Complex plane fractals are beautifull. It`s a pity not many people in the Mojo community ever tried to explore them.