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The 20 Line Challenge / Colourful Sierpinski Triangle

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calcyman
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Posted: 1st Jun 2009 09:58


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bobbel
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Posted: 3rd Jun 2009 23:27
cool, looks like the triforce from zelda, but then xRotate Triforce 180

*ding ding*
Sixty Squares
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Posted: 4th Jun 2009 02:18
very nice

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TheComet
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Posted: 14th Jun 2009 13:22
How did you come up with those complex formulas? You are the guy that made that fractal engine, right?

That was very impressive!

TheComet


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calcyman
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Posted: 14th Jun 2009 14:55
Quote: "You are the guy that made that fractal engine, right?"



Yes, I made HyperFractals for generating fractals based on complex holomorphic functions. If I do release the next edition of HyperFractals, I'll add this algorithm to it.


Quote: "How did you come up with those complex formulas?"



If you mean the colour interpolation function, that is my formula for moving about in the three-dimensional colour space.

The actual spatial interpolation was by Ron Menendez; I just converted his drawing method to DBPro code.




Here's a much better, faster version of the Sierpinski plotter, with variable parameters for drawing an entire class of fractals: (The supplied parameters generate the Koch snowflake.)




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TheComet
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Posted: 16th Jun 2009 23:15
Wow! That is seriously awesome! That was very cool of you to share that code with us.

Thanks!

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AndrewT
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Posted: 17th Jun 2009 18:43
That's pretty cool!

Fuzzy colorful donut!



i like orange
cguy
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Posted: 1st Jul 2009 22:51
I like fuzzy colorful donut!

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Not_Maindric
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Posted: 17th Jul 2009 00:28
What update of DBPro is required to run the code? The first part, I can run, but U7 does not recognize the hsl to rgb...

Non Sequitur M
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Posted: 17th Jul 2009 01:27
Neither can mine. Is HSL a variant of HSV? I ask cause it says 'HSL to RGB.'

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calcyman
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Posted: 17th Jul 2009 17:49
Quote: "What update of DBPro is required to run the code? The first part, I can run, but U7 does not recognize the hsl to rgb..."


Oh - IanM's Matrix1Utils. My apologies.

Quote: "Is HSL a variant of HSV? I ask cause it says 'HSL to RGB.'"


HSL stands for 'Hue, Saturation, Lumination'. It is more widely used than HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value).

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Not_Maindric
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Posted: 17th Jul 2009 19:36
That would explain it. I never put any plug-ins on this computer.

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