A Mandelbrot is a mathematical formula that can be represented mathematically as:
The Mandelbrot set can be explained with the equation zn+1 = zn2 + c. In that equation, c and z are complex numbers and n is zero or a positive integer (natural number). Starting with z0=0, c is in the Mandelbrot set if the absolute value of zn never becomes larger than a certain number (that number depends on c), no matter how large n gets.
It can create amazing computer graphics with just a few lines of code. As you zoom it, the patterns keeps repeating forever! Things like tree branches, leaves, and much more in nature can be represented by it.
This is a new record of the iteration number. 750 000 000 completed in 2017! This value took more than 10 gigabytes of ram to render the reference. The min-iteration number of the last keyframe is 153 619 576.
Re : -1.74995768370609350360221450607069970727110579726252077930242837820286008082972804887218672784431700831100544507655659531379747541999999995
Im : 0.00000000000000000278793706563379402178294753790944364927085054500163081379043930650189386849765202169477470552201325772332454726999999995
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Music : Beethoven - Moonlight sonata