Developer: jalada GmbH
Current Version: 2.0.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 36.2 MB - Download
Get in touch with the fantastic and mysterious world of fractal art and become a fractal artist.
The new jalada Fractal is a whole art creation studio right inside your Computer — complete with navigation in real-time, manipulation of formulas, various coloring methods for smooth gradients, easily use of Julia and Madelbrot sets, unlimited deep zooming, free output size. A beautiful and intuitive interface makes it easy to learn, make, and create stunning art. And you can share your creations worldwide with just a few clicks. It’s never been easier to make art like an pro. Even if you’ve never be a mathematicians.
Deliberately easy. You don't need to do any math.
It’s like you’re flying into the fractal. Swipe your touchpad to zoom into the fractal in one fluid, continuous motion. Or click and drag the mouse onto the fractal you're investigate to find your way through the beautiful complexity of fractal images. Initially, just play around. If you make a change you don't like, just step back.
Concentrate on the fun part.
Each fractal can be displayed in millions of ways. jalada Fractal provides a rich framework for exploring the world of fractals to handle all common processing steps required to generate a fractal image. Navigate in real-time, adjust the formula, apply various coloring methods for smooth gradients, easily switch between Julia and Madelbrot sets.
Apply wonderful colors.
Coloring your fractals is easy with jalada Fractal's gradient editor. Simply drag the curve points up and down, or use one of the included presets. This way you translate the purely numerical output of the fractal formula into something pretty to look at.
Learn quickly to create.
Get started with a great collection of ready to use fractals from our web gallery. Using your Computer and jalada Fractal, you'll be able to see for yourself what a fractal is and how it is created. Whether you're a first-time fractal adventurer or have a Ph.D. in Mathematics, we invite you to join this exploration.
** Please note **
Internet connection required for documentation and other online services.