Fractal Explorer

by Sirotinsky Arthur

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Sirotinsky Arthur

Last revision: Last week

Star Rating 4.93338

Fractal Explorer is a free program for creating and viewing fractal images, which allows you to quickly generate original fractals based on various mathematical formulas.

This graphical editor allows you to create 2D-fractals, IFS-fractals, Attractors, Quaternions, New Orbit and other geometric shapes using different mathematical formulas (a set of Newton, Mandelbrot, Julia and other variations) and given parameters for the construction. You can also create new shapes using the ready-made shapes stored in the application directory. For post-processing of created images, the program features graphical tools: color palette, scaling, special filters and visual effects. In addition, the program allows you to create fractal landscapes and has a template library (FLL). Fractal Explorer supports well-known fractal graphics formats: frp, frs, fri, fro, fr3, fr4 and others. The finished images can be saved in the original format, converted to jpg, png, bmp formats, created avi video clips or printed on a printer.

Fractal Explorer is a portable (not requiring installation on a computer) application with a simple interface, standard for photo editors, which includes a toolbar, advanced settings menu and workspace.

Michael (unverified)
In my opinion the Fractal explorer should be in every classroom in the united states that has anything to do with math. Having it in the classrooms might actually keep students engaged in the learning and might even make things somewhat easier in the long run. Very smart project/idea!
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