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September 18th 2011

Foil - Breakthrough

Here is a great video of a 3d fractal. (It looks like a Mandelbulb to me.) This is actually a music clip by a Canadian electronic music band. The mix of rapid and irregular pulses together with the slow evolution is a very good find, making the fractal almost look alive. I also appreciated the very slow pace of the whole animation, as most fractal animations go way too fast to my taste. Granted, there is often so much to show that the temptation is great to pack a maximum of scenes in a short and managable animation. But this invariably prevents the viewer from enjoying the details of the fractal.


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