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#Actualfir

Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:51 AM

I am going to give it another try:

Unfortunately it is poor quality, but you get the point.

the last didnt work, the third was interesting

what point? the difference of opinions was on the topics if

1) this is a fractal

2) if this is a result of an interference (related to 'presentation artifact')

above with such moire there was two drawings interfering, in my example  algorithm i just calculate the pixel color with given not

complex function then set pixel and i just doubt (and tend to disagree)

if the resulting  'fractal pattern' comes from the discretization to grid values, imo it seems that underlying 'fluid' function has it implied

it may be related to some "inner" interferency of parts of its math formula

but probably is not related to screen presentation artifacts

but do not matter i doubt this is worth talking to much, i was interested

more if this specyfic ball fractal-like moire - like object has a specyfic name

(as to moire i was not denying that it may be somewhat related but i said that moire seem to be a whole family not the specyfic one, and maybe there is some specyfic name,

as to being a fractal i am not seeing if this is a worse object to

being fractal that for example

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski_carpet

which seem to be somewhat resemblin this ball i was talking about here)

#3fir

Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:44 AM

I am going to give it another try:

Unfortunately it is poor quality, but you get the point.

the last didnt work, the third was interesting

what point? the difference of opinions was on the topics if

1) this is a fractal

2) if this is a result of an interference (related to 'presentation artifact')

above with such moire there was two drawings interfering, in my example  algorithm i just calculate the pixel color with given not

complex function then set pixel and i just doubt (and tend to disagree)

if the resulting  'fractal pattern' comes from the discretization to grid values, imo it seems that underlying 'fluid' function has it implied

it may be related to some "inner" interferency of parts of its math formula

but probably is not related to screen presentation artifacts

but do not matter i doubt this is worth talking to much, i was interested

more if this specyfic ball fractal-like moire - like object has a specyfic name

#2fir

Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:44 AM

I am going to give it another try:

Unfortunately it is poor quality, but you get the point.

the last didnt work, the third was interesting

what point? the difference of opinions was on the topics if

1) this is a fractal

2) if this is a result of an interference (related to 'presentation artifact')

above with such moire there was two dr

#1fir

Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:42 AM

I am going to give it another try:

Unfortunately it is poor quality, but you get the point.

the last didnt work, the third was interesting

what point? the difference of opinions was on the topics if

1) this is a fractal

2) if this is a result of an interference

above with such moire there was two drawings interfering, in my example  algorithm i just calculate the pixel color with given not

complex function then set pixel and i just doubt (and tend to disagree)

if the resulting  'fractal pattern' comes from the discretization to grid values, imo it seems that underlying 'fluid' function has it implied

it may be related to some "inner" interferency of parts of its math formula

but probably is not related to screen presentation artifacts

but do not matter i doubt this is worth talking to much, i was interested

more if this specyfic ball fractal-like moire - like object has a specyfic name

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