|The images displayed in this gallery are captured from
physical systems like the fluttering oak leaf or from made-up
systems that so far as we know exist only as mathematical
expressions. If you click on one of the small images on this
page, you will be presented with an 800X600 pixel image. The
imaging algorithm is controlled by a program called the
Fractal Science Kit,
published by Ross Hilbert. Click on the link to see what is
involved in creating the images. There are an infinite number of
ways that we might choose to convert the data stream from a
into an image. The Fractal Science Kit program provides an
infinite subset of those ways.
All the images in this gallery are the property of M. Casco
Associates and are protected by copyright laws of the United
States and other countries. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for permission to
use this material in any way other than viewing on this website.
We will most likely grant permission for non-commercial use of
any images here but we are curious to what use they might be put.
If there is any interest in a larger size suitable for desktop
decoration, 1600X1200 pixels, or even larger sizes, let us know.
They may be available for sale in digital form.