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[Sunday Cinema] Arthur C. Clarke Presents: Fractals – The Colors Of Infinity

I’ve had a secret love affair with fractals ever since Clifford Pickover first introduced me to them years ago through his book Mazes for the Mind. I always found the idea of fractals amazing and beautiful at the same time. (Kind of like banana cream pie, only more meaningful to reality.) My love affair with Fractals progressed over the years, particularly in playing with programs such as Fractint and, more recently, Frax.

Perhaps that’s why I find this Arthur C. Clarke-narrated documentary so fascinating. It’s called Fractals – The Colors Of Infinity and you can watch it right here…

[via Poe TV]

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1 Comment on [Sunday Cinema] Arthur C. Clarke Presents: Fractals – The Colors Of Infinity

  1. My first encounter with fractals was in Clarke’s “The Ghost from the Grand Banks” just as “Imperial Earth” introduced pentominos to me.

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