Fractals is a much bigger subject in mathematics than just the chaos game i proposed to brainden recently. There is also a version of self-similar iterated fractals based off rotation, translation, reflection.

This is an example of one:

Fractals like these are made by repeating taking a "picture of a picture of a picture sort of like looking at a mirror that is directly across of a mirror. Essentially for each image a picture is taken and either left alone or some how modified (rotation, translation, reflection, etc.)

For example:

Can you determine how the first image was created (the colorful one)?

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Fractals is a much bigger subject in mathematics than just the chaos game i proposed to brainden recently. There is also a version of self-similar iterated fractals based off rotation, translation, reflection.

This is an example of one:

Fractals like these are made by repeating taking a "picture of a picture of a picture sort of like looking at a mirror that is directly across of a mirror. Essentially for each image a picture is taken and either left alone or some how modified (rotation, translation, reflection, etc.)

For example:

Can you determine how the first image was created (the colorful one)?

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