Fractals of the Week | Indra’s Sky (full of Moons!)

G’day! This week, I present a new Kleinian group image, this one completed just yesterday. It uses a three-layer multicolored rendering with a mapping that gives the look of a reflective lake in the foreground, a lake where spiral patterns of moons rise above the horizon. The maths for this one are found in the book Indra’s Pearls: The Vision of Felix Klein, which I highly recommend even for those with only basic proficiency with algebra. The image is directly uploaded to WP, so double-click to enlarginate for the full-sized file.

TfTkTts.

A Sky Full of Moons

A Sky Full of Moons

All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author, created via a variety of apps and unless otherwise stated are copyright 2015 by Troy Loy. I hereby permit the free, noncommercial use of these images, as long as proper credit is given for them.

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