Deepest Mandelbrot Set Zoom Animation ever – a New Record! 10^275 (2.1E275 or 2^915)

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Christian Kurzke says:

This must be one of the most amazing videos I’ve seen in a long time.

Try to wrap your head around this.

(Yes, fractals sparked my love of computer science)

Christian Visscher says:

*You’re going to love this fractal generation. It keeps zooming in for 5
minutes!*

#Fractals #Videos #Mathematics #Science #Geometry 

Damian Mee says:

This must be one of the most amazing videos I’ve seen in a long time.

Try to wrap your head around this.

(Yes, fractals sparked my love of computer science)

Makis Elvanidis says:

> *Εξαιρετικό Animation Project!*
> *Stunning Animation Project!*

Ole Olson says:

*You’re going to love this fractal generation. It keeps zooming in for 5
minutes!*

#Fractals #Videos #Mathematics #Science #Geometry 

sablar123321123 says:

why does he zoom in just there and not on any other places?

aaronx83 says:

I really want to try drugs just to rewatch this

TomJayable says:

But how is that possible?
What is it good for?
How much time did it get ti create it? And why?

So many questions ._.

Levi Hamilton says:

The deepest zoom of an INFINITE fractal…….

Forgive me, but what’s the point?

mark black says:

Hmmmmmm zoomy.

waldosan says:

how do i know this is an actual mandelbrot set and not some trippy
geographic pictures?

Flexi Co says:

How precise of a variable did you have to use to calculate while zoomed in
that far? More than the usual 20 sigfigs I usually work with.

Also, is there a download for a better-quality rendering of it? In the
Youtube version, the video compression blurs out the detail quite often,
which makes me sad because of the effort you went to to render every frame.

snakebitmgee says:

I don’t see how this can be accurate. Anyway, can you say, “Epileptic
Seizure”

Cosmic Contrarian says:

its turtles all the way down

Henry Wang says:

Is this the thing generated using complex numbers?

JrIcify says:

My brain melts every time I see another mini-brot.

Roberto Fontiglia says:

What exactly are you looking for, in there ? A tiny picture of a leprechaun
holding a bucket full of gold and a sign that says “here’s the meaning of
life” ? Seriously, people are so easily bamboozled by things they don’t
understand ! Here, let me lay it on you :

The Mandelbrot set is a set of points in a plane. On this animation, black
dots are elements of the set, colored dots are not. Paradoxically, more
often than not, in this video, the screen displays no black pixels – which
means that of all that shot, the elements of the Mandelbrot set constitute
such a little portion that your screen resolution is too poor to display
them – so you’re looking nearly exclusively at “Non-Mandelbrot” numbers…

The colors are completely arbitrary, and choosen just to make this look
pretty – they have no interesting mathematical significance. If we had
decided to color in white every element that was not part of the Mandelbrot
set, this video would be just a lot of frames, full of white.

There is NOTHING deep in there !

Scott Mortimer says:

Riding “The Strange”

#thestrangerpg 

AWPH4X0R says:

i got a headache within the first 30 seconds ._.

David Lloyd-Jones says:

Orville,

Good work! Very fine! My congratulations to whoever put this thing
together: well done!

-dlj.

David Last says:

MATH. 10/10 WOULD RECCOMEND TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

Lugmillord says:

And that’s why mathematicians don’t do drugs. They don’t need to. Looking
at fractals is enough of a trip. …well, if you add color.

Koopa Kart says:

Kind of makes me think about how big the earth is, the earth is like 1
pixel on the final frame, and the universe is the entire first frame :D 

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