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New Fractals

From exciting mathematic visual to spiritual vehicle, fractals have long captured the imagination of especially the nerdy inclined humans. Nowadays they’re used in everything, from game design to weather predictions, and from retro 1990’s party flyers to music videos.

No longer the sophisticated screensaver it once was, the fractal is back and is as enigmatic as ever!

 

By @veryremco

Remco Vlaanderen has worked at Submarine Channel since 2005. Starting out as an editor, he now combines that role with interactive producing Submarine Channel's interactive animation and narrative game projects. He initiated and ran Submarine's popular title design project “Forget the Film, Watch the Titles.” He worked on the interactive graphic novels The Art of Pho and Ascent from Akeron. Currently he is developing new projects for Submarine Channel, including Screendiver – a distribution platform for interactive comics, and a new series of short motion comics about the greatest challenges facing mankind this century.

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