The Maths Town YouTube channel has a large collection of fractal videos. You will find some detailed information about these videos on the website.
The popular 11 dimensions video was the first fractal video uploaded to the Maths Town channel. An array of beautiful colour and shape. This video finishes on the image known as 11 Dimensions
Our first video exploring the 3rd power Mandelbrot fractal. The 3rd Power Mandelbrot is different to the normal Mandelbrot because it results in 3-way rotational symmetry, as opposed to the usual 2-way.
Maths Town's first 4th Power Mandelbrot fractal zoom. The 4th power Mandelbrot has 4-way symmetry so things get circular more quickly, and we find minibrots easier.
The happiest ultra-deep Mandelbrot ever made! An enormous amount of CPU time went into producing this Mandelbrot zoom, diving to a depth of 1.2e1077 in stunning 4k 60fps!
A fresh take on the Mandelbrot Set! A new colouring technique that chooses the colour based on the angle to the nearest point in the Mandelbrot Set.
One of the early fractal zooms on the Maths Town channel. This location was requested by
A deep Mandelbrot zoom all the way to a magnification of 4e2656
One of my favourite little zooms from the earlier Mandelbrot zooms on Maths Town. At about 1:40 the zoom drops into a mini-Mandelbrot and begins some very dense spirals.
iving into the Mandelbrot fractal. There seems to be endless dinosaur fossils, at least that is what I see. What do you see?
The dreams video is a meditative journey into the Mandelbrot Set. This video relies on colour cycling to animate small bands of colour, creating mesmerising movement.
Many of my videos give some illusion of motion, but this video probably does that more than most. Rest assured, there is no motion but forwards, we are always zooming at same point.
This Mandelbrot zoom was intended to to be more a mathematical curiosity than artistic work. However, it proved to be more popular than I expected. It is a journey of infinite line work.
This ultra-deep Mandelbrot zoom was featured on the TV show The Big Bang Theory. Rendered in two passes, it was the deepest fractal zoom on the channel when it was released, and it has remained hugely popular.
A Mandelbrot fractal zoom that I have rendered with a Fire & Ice colour scheme. This location is quite interesting because it almost never spirals!
Can you see a teddy bear? This is a standard Mandelbrot Fractal but I have chosen a particular colour set. When the colours align in a certain way you may see a teddy bear!
This video is a demonstration of what happens when you increase the power of the Mandelbrot Set.
An adventure in the double spiral valley of the 4th power Mandelbrot fractal.
Explore the julia sets of the Mandelbulb fractal.
Set to the music of Mars from Gustav Holst's The Planets. We zoom into the 5th power Mandelbrot fractal. This is part of a small series using Holst's music.
Set to the music of Mercury from Gustav Holst's The Planets. We zoom into the 5th power Mandelbrot fractal, with a colour scheme inspired by the planet Mercury.
Diving into the real number line in the video. This video passes quite a few minibrots on the way down.
Roses Two is a relaxing Mandelbrot fractal zoom that uses an image orbit trap colouring technique. Here we also have a little behind-the-scenes look at how the project was built.
Explore what happens when the power of the Mandelbrot zoom is a fractional value. In this case the exponent is 2.5.
Sunset Buffalo - A Buffalo Fractal Zoom
A colour scheme that I have used before applied to a new fractal. This is a 3rd Power Mandelbrot zoom.
Tau (τ) is a mathematical constant equal to 2π. Tau is the ratio of a circle’s circumference and its radius, approximately 6.28.
Exploring the Mandelbrot fractal quite close to the real number line.