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*New!* Generate 3D Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in quaternion and hypercomplex spaces
* Generate 3D Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in complexified quaternion spaces
* Generate 3D Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in octonion spaces
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The QuaSZ application is designed to produce hi-resolution images for your
video, the web and a variety of artistic applications.
QuaSZ display images within several image viewer applications, including
3dMax, Dreamworks 3dStudio Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, Autodesk 3D Max, LGLViewer,
Q3D and more.
The best part of QuaSZ is that you generate stunning images
using no programming and no art knowledge required!
QuaSZ is perfect for creating 3D images which will look fantastic. It is easy to use, yet powerful and professional enough to generate high-end and stunning results. QuaSZ is a must have application for all 3D artists, visual effects, animation, virtual artists, 3D photographers, 3D video artists, 3D designers, 3D for 3D editors and more!
* For the first time ever, 3D artists can generate hi-resolution Mandelbrot and Julia sets in quaternion and hypercomplex spaces
* Render “holographic” Mandelbrot and Julia sets in addition to the Mandelbrot and Julia sets in real 3D
* Generate “holographic” Mandelbrot and Julia sets in additional dimensions to the standard 3D Mandelbrot and Julia sets
* New! Generate 3D Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in complexified quaternion spaces
* Generate 3D Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in octonion spaces
Here is an example of what you can do with QuaSZ:
1) Generate quaternion and hypercomplex Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in 3D.
2) Generate complexified quaternion Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in 3D.
3) Generate Octonion Mandelbrot images and Julia sets in 3D.
4) Render “holographic” Mandelbrot and Julia sets
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QuaSZ (pronounced *quack*see) is a new application under development which will generate multi-resolution fractals and images for the Mandelbrot, Beuys, Julia, Mandelnikoff-Julia, Singleton and Branner-Douady sets using quaternion, hypercomplex, cubic Mandelbrot and complexified quaternion mathematics.
The primary interface is a simple multi-scale sliders which control the multi-rate iterations and multi-rate rotation of the fractal being generated. At runtime, QuaSZ processes the multi-scale slider settings and passes them to an underlying algorithm which generates the fractal using the mathematics specified, which can be either an explicit algebraic equation or an iterated sequence of quaternion-, hypercomplex-, cubic Mandelbrot-, complexified quaternion-, and octonion-based 3D Fourier transforms. The fractals generated can be rendered in 2D, 3D, or quaternion-based 4D space. A view-tracing algorithm is also included which generates a quaternion-, hypercomplex-, cubic Mandelbrot-, complexified quaternion-, and octonion-based 4D space from multiple 2D or 3D space views. A simple application-level interface allows the rendering of specific views from perspective viewpoints and custom rotations in 2D or 3D space to be parameterized and specified.
QuaSZ has been tested in OS X v10.7 – Mac OS X v10.9; as well as Windows 7. It uses a large number of standard libraries and headers.
Mandelbrot QuaSZ 3D (m1.3Q) – Complexified Quaternion
QuaSZ 3D (m1.3C) – Complexified Quaternion
This M3D fractal uses the complexified quaternion algebra from Simon Stelling. The entire set of equations for this fractal have been written, and the factor function (aka bisection or step algorithm) has been implemented. The complexified quaternion maths is the same as the complex maths used to render this fractal from Frank Ormes.
This is an example of a complexified quaternion colouring of the complexified Mandelbrot set.
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QuaSZ was designed to be simple to use by those who are new to fractal generating. While it provides a substantial library of fractals and images, it allows users to easily generate their own fractal images. QuaSZ is commonly used by artists to generate large fractal images. All of the information within QuaSZ is graphically displayed and processed. Users can easily change settings such as the number of iterations, number of iterations of each coefficient, radius, color, the number of colors in a rainbow, color intensity, and the appearance of the fractal imagery.
We have designed QuaSZ to provide our users with an easy-to-use interface for creating fractal images.
Users can choose from a number of fractals including the original Mandelbrot set, hypercomplex fractal images, cubic fractals, complexified quaternion fractals and octonion fractals.
A Mandelbrot rendition of the classic fractal curve. This rendition of the Mandelbrot set contains details of the original set and more colors than other fractals. The Mandelbrot set is the standard against which all other fractals are measured. It is approximated in the complexified quaternion form which is much easier to display and provides a visual appearance that is closer to the original set.
A series of complexified hypercomplex fractals. Users can choose among multiple complexified hypercomplex fractals including the Sierpinski triangle and surreal circles.
Cubs can be rendered either with orientation 1 or 2. To render a cub of orientation 1, simply select the orientations from 0° to 359° inclusive. Orientation 0 is the default. The orientation defaults to 0° on PCs and 180° on Macs. Orientation 1 is the most frequently used orientation.
These are standard complexified quaternions, however they are rendered in a curved form instead of the flat form of the original quaternions. This renders the images of the fractals more realistic.
Octonions are rendered in a 3D form. In this rendition the octonions have a clear front and back and are oriented in either the body, head or tail configuration. This form of rendering is easy to view while simultaneously providing a well-defined form for the
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QuaSZ is a command line application that has been designed as a comprehensive fractal 2D and 3D rendering application. Its main uses include both hobbyists and professionals.
The program takes in four inputs: number of iterations, number of levels, number of threads and master branch.
QuaSZ offers a multitude of different fractal types as well as a few general options. QuaSZ includes advanced 3D fractal rendering, self-clocking and multiple-threading options.
The program can render both 2D and 3D fractals, and includes built-in fractal generators, multiple fractal generators and 3D fractal generators.
The program requires Java version 1.5 or greater.
QuaSZ currently supports these fractal types:
– *QuaSZ multi-threaded fractals (QuaSZ Multi-Threaded Fractals)*: These are multi-threaded fractals. These fractals can contain up to 32 threads and can be used to determine how concurrent threads affect fractal rendering.
– *QuaSZ 3D fractals* (QuaSZ 3D Fractals): These fractals are rendered in 3D and in real time.
– *Self-clocking fractals* (QuaSZ Self-Clocking Fractals): These fractals are rendered when the main thread is idle. While rendering is being performed, rendering threads (if applicable) are kept busy.
– *QuaSZ Mandelbrot fractals* (QuaSZ Mandelbrot Fractals): These fractals are simply Mandelbrot fractals rendered in 3D. QuaSZ does not provide any advanced features.
– *QuaSZ Julia Set fractals* (QuaSZ Julia Set Fractals): These fractals are rendered on one of five different tiling algorithms and can be rendered in 2D or 3D.
– *QuaSZ Cubic Mandelbrot fractals* (QuaSZ Cubic Mandelbrot Fractals): These fractals are rendered on one of five different tiling algorithms and can be rendered in 3D. The number of levels in a cubic Mandelbrot fractal can range from two to seven.
– *QuaSZ Complexified quaternion fractals* (QuaSZ Complexified Quaternion Fractals): QuaSZ can render complex
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