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Fractals

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Anna Meyer

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Transcript of Fractals

Fractals
Math Fractals
Now we're going to get into the math problems that make up all fractals. As I already said, fractals are generated by math problems. Now lets take a look at some of those problems. We don't really get it but it was the simplest we could find. Mathematical fractals are pretty complicated, so we don't really understand them.
Fractals Art, A Little Bit of Fun
Down, Down, and Down
Fractals are computer programed by many math problems, they can go on and on and on, as far as you want in fact. A fractal is a geometric construction that exhibits self similarity across all scales. But, as you saw in the video if you kept zooming in on the same spot, you eventually reach a different fractal making up the other. Fractals can also be found in nature, but they can't go on forever. Some examples of fractals are clouds, trees, landscapes, coastlines etc.
The Fractals of Nature

Why am I so Small?
Fractals in nature are very interesting,
and all around us, including inside of
us. Now like I said before, fractals in nature can't go on forever, they just appear to. Again, unlike others, natural fractals don't run into other ones if you zoom in enough (or at least, I don't think so).
Fractal art is a form of algorithmic art created by calculating fractal objects and representing the calculation results as still images, they can be 2D or 3D. There are lots of people that incorporate fractals in to not only art but architecture as well, this are just a few examples.

Now here's a link
where we can just
have fun!
By: Anna, Esther, and Amara
Are Awesome!
Fractals
By:

Anna, Esther, and Amara
http://fractalfoundation.org/resources/what-are-fractals/
Down, Down, and Down
The Fractals of Nature
Math Fractals

Thank you & Goodbye
And now....
3D Fractals
3D Fractals are cool.
Fractals Art, A Little Bit of Fun
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