Obviously that isn't me.
I've been interested in fractals since the "Computer Recreations" column in the November 1987 issue of the Scientic American.
The first fractal image I produced was in black and white using a dot matrix printer and the program was written in Pascal on a PDP-11 minicomputer using the RSX-11M+ operating system. This was sometime in 1989 when I should have been using the equipment for work.
All the fractals in my gallery have been produced using my own programs initially with Mars, Phobos, Luna & Terra (not released) which have since been superseded by Saturn & Titan (released at version 1.0 now at version 1.1).
The programs are:mars
- fractal exploration allowing png seed files to saved. Now using Saturn.phobos
- expands png seed files to much higher resolutions up to the DA maximum and beyond. Now using Titanterra
- also expands png seed files, stores calculated results in a PostgreSQL database so that expansions that take significant amount of time can be suspended and resumed at will so that I don't have to leave the computer running 24 hours a day, every day. Work on a replacement for Saturn seed files has not started.luna
- user interface to terra for adding, deleting and modifying jobs and monitoring progress. Work on a replacement for Saturn seed files has not started.Saturn and Titan for Linux and Windows 7
are available for download at Element90 Fractals
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