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Fraqtive

   0.4.6  

KDE Education

Score 77%
Fraqtive
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  3002
Submitted:  Feb 14 2005
Updated:  Dec 5 2012

Description:

Fraqtive is an open source, multi-platform generator of the Mandelbrot family fractals. It uses very fast algorithms supporting SSE2 and multi-core processors. It generates high quality anti-aliased images and renders 3D scenes using OpenGL. It allows real-time navigation and dynamic generation of the Julia fractal preview.




Changelog:

0.4.6 (2012-12-04)

In this version it is possible to generate a series of images with increasing zoom level and optional rotation. This makes it possible to create very nice looking animations.

0.4.5 (2009-12-18)

This release adds the possibility to generate fractal images of arbitrary size. It also fixes some minor bugs and introduces an improved Windows installer.

0.4.4 (2008-07-28)

This release adds some minor improvements of the user interface.

0.4.3 (2008-05-12)

In this release two animation modes were added: color scrolling and mesh rotation. A few problems with Qt 4.4 were solved and some bugs were fixed making it a stable and feature-rich release.

0.4.2 (2008-04-29)

This release adds only one, but very interesting feature: rendering the fractal surface as a 3D mesh, using the OpenGL library for hardware-accelerated performance. It's possible to adjust the mesh resolution and various parameters of the view. The rendered image can also be saved or copied to clipboard.

0.4.1 (2008-04-14)

The new features in this version are: loading and saving bookmarks and color presets, full screen mode and copying and saving fractal images. This release also fixes a crash occurring on multi-core processors and some compilation problems.

0.4.0 (2008-03-25)

A new version of Fraqtive is available. It has a completely new generator engine with support for SSE2, multi-core processors, different variants of fractals and many optimizations for almost real-time user experience. Also the user interface has been completely redesigned and rewritten using Qt4 to make Fraqtive available for both Linux and Windows platforms.




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 Wow

 
 by cerulean on: Feb 14 2005
 
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Clean, fast and responsive.
Excellent application.


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 Well done

 
 by mkosmul on: Jun 19 2005
 
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I really like this app. A little KDE-ification (adding the KDE file dialog etc.) would make it even better, though. Any way: good job.


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 Re: Well done

 
 by mimec on: Jun 20 2005
 
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Thanks. I was thinking about adding some KDE support, maybe in the next version.


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 KDE SVN

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 4 2005
 
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Please join the SVN Repository of KDE with your app. It has its place in KDE Edu, or KDE Graphics!!!!

Very very cool app.


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 Excellent !

 
 by gaston on: Jul 4 2005
 
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I've been waiting for this for a long time ! This is an excellent application, and should definitely go into KDE !

Many kudos to the author !


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 prime numbers

 
 by gaston on: Jul 4 2005
 
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Hey this tool really takes fractal exploration to another level. I just noticed that it seems that everytime you have a "star" pattern in the Mandelbrot set, with branches meeting at some point, the number of branches is prime. I found points with 5,7,11 and 13 branches meeting. For example, here's a place where 13 branches meet :

X coordinate : -0.728392417954
Y coordinate : 0.240980033161
Zoom magnitude : 4.51563

Can anyone point me to a mathematical explanation for that ? Is that a known theorem ?


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 forget it

 
 by gaston on: Jul 4 2005
 
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I have also found places with 10 or 27 branches meeting


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 Re: forget it

 
 by mimec on: Jul 4 2005
 
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I spent a lot of time playing with this program and always found something amazing. Anyway, I think that the question *why* does it look the way it looks, is much more philosophical than mathemathical :).


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 very nice

 
 by trollichon on: Jul 4 2005
 
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wohao! I like it very much
thanks for a great app.


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