Maths Town (title)
Maths Town (title)


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!

 

The colour palette is generated is generated from a 32x32 pixel image. The colour of each pixel is used in turn to make a colour palette of 1024 pixels. With the right iteration division, the colours can line up in the spirals. As you get closer to the spirals you will see that there is actually just bands of colour. This technique is borrowed from the author of the software. Check out a video of his here: https://youtu.be/_PuuHZFXj48

 

 

 

 

Location

Real: -0.752858592814569468311461958175697808375884787057166969416345230262442201969416631690332619147300028753155347831031915

Imaginary: 0.0431431932165371855400783071608940431366763195319025799800618073069447089418476003373941198945427322107215084790286980765

Zoom: 5.850e100

 

Music

Joseph Muscant - Teddy Bear's Picnic
(Public Domain)

 

KFR File

If you wish to play with this colour scheme, you can download the .kfr file for Kalles Fraktaler.

HiddenTeddy.kfr (right-click "save-as")

 

 

Image Gallery

Hidden Teddy Mandelbrot

Hidden Teddy Mandelbrot

Hidden Teddy Mandelbrot

Hidden Teddy Mandelbrot

Hidden Teddy Mandelbrot