Fractal


Instructions

Use the input boxes to change the fractal variables. Click and drag in the fractal area to move fractal around. Press return while in a box to redraw fractal

This program starts by drawing a number of inital branches out of the center node. From each of these, more branches are made using the settings and the ending point of the previous branch. This continues for each iteration. To save, enter a name for the fractal and click save

Iterations: How many times the fractal branches.
Angle: Degrees between each branch
Length: The fraction of the previous length that a segment has or how fast it shrinks.
Initial length: The length of the first segment.
Initial branches: The number of stems out of the central node.
Branches: Number of branches off of each subsequent node.
Offset: Degree offset of each branch.
Rotation: Rotation in degrees of fractal. Include "d" at the end for continuous rotation. Delay: Animation speed. Display: Changes appearance (see below)
The name box and the save button let you save a cool fractal with a name for others to see.

The default fractal's values are in the save named "default"

Animation

To make a fractal animate a variable, you must supply it with a range and a step.
Each field can be animated using this syntax in the parameter box: min~max;step.
For example, to animate a growing fractal by animating the iterations, use 1~10;1 making the fractal loop from iteration 1 to iteration 10 and the speed of one iteration per loop.

Display

Keywords
"dot"-Places a dot on the end of the last branch
"branch"- Places a dot on each node (except the middle node)
"dynamic"- Colors fractal based on iteration.
"norm"- Adding norm to "dot" or "branch" draws the lines as well as the dots. (only useful with dot size greater than 1)
To change the dot size, put the desired size in angle braces. [] or {}
To draw dots of size 4 you might have "branch[4]" in the display parameter.
Using angle braces[] makes the points square, using curly braces{} makes them circular.

Fractal Color
The format for color is: (red,green,blue). These values may be between 0 and 255.

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