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Thomas G. Obermair
Digital Artist

Spalla (La Spalla di Buddha)

A Buddhabrot rendering detail resembling the shoulder region of Gautama Buddha meditating.

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La Spalla di Buddha

This is a Buddhabrot detail featuring the shoulder region of a high resolution Buddhabrot rendering. A larger reproduction reveals and presents all the details that would otherwise be hidden and invisible (see the recommended sizes below).

Buddhabrot Inverted

This is an inverted and high resolution Buddhabrot rendering.

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Buddhabrot Inverted

An inverted Buddhabrot rendering where the computed channels are additionally applied in reversed order. As with the other Buddhabrot artworks the rendering uses 90% of the dynamic range per pixel at 16 bit at a total resolution of 25000x25000 (625 Megapixels).

Buddhabrot Classic

This is a classic and high resolution Buddhabrot rendering occupying 90% of the dynamic range per pixel and channel at 16 bit.

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Buddhabrot Classic

A classic Buddhabrot rendering occupying 90% of the dynamic range per pixel and channel at 16 bit at a total resolution of 25000x25000 (625 Megapixels).

Spirale B

Spirale B shows a maximum of details of a single left turning spiral out of the Mandelbrot set. The post-production rendering comes in two colour flavours, golden and blue metallic and with three aspect ratio options.

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RED-GREEN-BLUE

This study features the three main colours of the RGB color space and fractal patterns out of the Mandelbrot Set at an ultra-high resolution.

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RED-GREEN-BLUE

This study features the three main colours of the RGB color space and fractal patterns out of the Mandelbrot Set at an ultra-high resolution.

Buddhabrot - Monochromatic

The Buddhabrot is the probability distribution over the trajectories of points that escape the Mandelbrot fractal.

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Buddhabrot - Monochromatic

The Buddhabrot is the probability distribution over the trajectories of points that escape the Mandelbrot fractal. Its name reflects its pareidolic resemblance to classical depictions of Gautama Buddha, seated in a meditation pose with a forehead mark (tikka), a traditional topknot (ushnisha) and ringlet hair.

Mirrored Pattern A

Mirroring a pattern horizontally can lead to surprising results.

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Mirrored Pattern A

When you mirror a complex pattern horizontally very often the result resembles something - or someone - by sharing just the natural horizontal symmetry. In this case the result looks like someone or a being looking at you.

The Mandelbrot Set Mathematics explained

Famously beautiful, the Mandelbrot set is all about complex numbers. Featuring Dr. Holly Krieger (formerly MIT).

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The Mandelbrot Set Mathematics explained

If you are interested in the mathematics behind the computation of the Mandelbrot set and its relation to Julia sets these video explanations are just perfect and fun to watch.

Mandelbrot Set in High Resolution

The standard Mandelbrot set with a resolution of 625 Megapixels.

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On Fire

With the available software it was obvious and somewhat mandatory to me to show the full Mandelbrot set with the maximum resolution and filesize that my artwork printing company is accepting - at least once to have it done. Therefore, it had to be the chosen 25000 x 25000 pixels - resulting in 625 Megapixels.

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This site presents my digital artwork exploring the famous Mandelbrot set, photography and other topics. Specially crafted own software reveals the inner self-sufficient beauty of chaos leaving any unnecessary distractions behind.