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Julia Fractal Generator

Started by fimbo, April 19, 2009, 11:20:56 am

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fimbo

Hi

I just implemented a julia/mandelbrot generator for WM2 and I have to say that the plugin system is very well designed it took me just half an hour and it produces interesting new ways to model single island like worlds



Rhalph

Looks great!
Can you provide us a link for downloading it?

nikita

Woah.. nice!
Would be cool if the steps were removed though.
"Every time you read or write beyond the end of an array, somewhere a fairy dies."
Richard Buckland

fimbo


thnx!
the generator supports now smooth steps and multisampling, you can download it here:

http://tom.surface.at/root/wm/JuliaSet_WM2.zip

Note: the plugin runs only with WorldMachine 2.0, I can't find the link to the pdk for 2.1  :(


a1013

The pictures are really wonderful. I am a civil engineer who has got some knowledge of AutoCAD. I have the feeling that Julia can be made use of in construction. I was able to download it but I could not run it. When I read the "read me" document I was informed that this Plugin runs in Worldmachine 2.0 only. I really wonder what that means. Can anybody help me in this regard? I would like to thank them in advance.

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