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Mandelbrot's Dream - HD stream at http://vimeo.com/ueberallem/mandelbrot

Download full HD from this site ( 4:18, MP4, 720p, 365mb )

A few years ago I was working with a program which was translating Mandelbrot's famous equation into beautiful images. The results were poor and low-res, but it was fascinating how a simple mathematical operation generated these fractal, somehow organic and complex structures. Yesterday whilst checking out new apps for my iPad I discovered Frax HD, which is a real quantum leap compared to the old software because of the touchpad handling and fast rendering. Just for fun I took one of my new music creations
( soundcloud.com/www-jonsong-net/yellow-fields-no-1 )
and made this little video. If you like this kind of stuff: Enjoy 'Mandelbrot's Dream'!

Fractal Windows - HD stream at http://vimeo.com/ueberallem/fractalwindows

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My second Frax video tries to focus on content, not effect. Based on the words: fractal, fractured and fragment you can see many structures which look like windows, each a little bit different, each offering another point of view. What is missing is the whole picture, the unified, holistic understanding. Also you can observe how the light is fading, the images are getting darker and darker. But in the light of deep space and time things fall into place, from a transcending perspective all details are recognized without loosing the whole picture:

Just look out of these windows
and watch the fractured shapes of dusk.
See how they long to be whole again
as the fading light looses its fight
against the oncoming darkness.

But inside the light still lingers,
and a beautiful order remains.
All these fractal windows are merely
forgotten fragments, which in time,
will naturally find their place
in deep space and time.

Music taken from the project Deus Absconditus - Movement Four: Awakening - Download ( 4:36 - 8.7 mb )