November 02, 2008

Mandelbrot Ultra Zoom #4: 2.5E194



I believe this is the deepest Mandelbrot zoom video produced to date (November 2008). No pixel interpolation or frame interpolation were used - all images were individually rendered at 640x480 and then strung together at 30 frames per second.
Note that no camera rotation was utilized throughout the animation. This is especially intriguing because the zoom into the targetted filament tip shows the filament rotating around the screen's center. In other words, hidden at the extremity of the filament is a spiral!

Mandelbrot
Final zoom location:
real=-1.2963551381
7303621680
8304477845
2822662624
4803862985
5679928775
8134023909
7541015237
4968874495
7013280950
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1849205069
1873930630
0129984443
1327669662
9091695392
5715912473
5766218195
3641356251
6581747800
63

img=0.4418516057
3519660121
2848580174
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4758901550
7705711715
9588719169
1529341962
7212288799
9691678065
6481371825
1021509265
0641919732
0221562977
4396782935
1836205354
4727941073
7461632018
1517184948
375

magn=2.514908E194
maximum iterations=1,000,000

Download WMV (640x480 medium quality - 86MB)
Download MP4 (640x480 high quality - 95MB)
Download WMV (640x480 full quality - 275MB)

2 comments:

Alfonso de la Fuente Ruiz said...

Superb! I wonder what method is used to fetch for the bug-shaped areas.
Keep the blog up!

Bruno Severo said...

Amazing