Usually, the color of fractals is determined from the number of iterations calculated before the termination condition. However, if you include the distance of the last two calculation results, you can specify the number with decimal places and achieve a uniform coloration.
This is a reprensentation of the Newton Fractal 1-z³. To make two-dimensional fractals, we need two-dimensional numbers. Each xy-position on the screen is represented by a complex number which has two dimensions a so called “real” part for the x-axis and a so called “imaginary ” part for the y-axis. So each complex number c […]