Fractal Artificial Topographic Landscapes

The Fractal Rabbit Topographic Wing of the Savage Rabbit Art Gallery proudly presents these creations by Savage Rabbit Artist and SCO employee Ronald Joe Record. These fantastic creations of Mr. Record's graphically represent artificial topographic landscapes constructed with techniques borrowed from "fractal mathematics". A random surface was transformed into the frequency domain, scaled to fit a specified fractal dimension, and then inverse transformed back into the spatial domain. The resulting surface appears to be a "natural" topographic map of varying smoothness.

The color of a pixel represents its "height".

The first room of this wing contains the following images

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You can select one of the images above for viewing or Continue to the Next Room of this wing, Skip to the Third Room of this wing, or enter the Lyapunov Rabbit Wing, visit the Mandelbrot Rabbit Wing, check out the Endomorphic Rabbit Wing, saunter through the Sporographic Rabbit Wing, zip over to the Iterographic Rabbit Wing, or stand at the Main Entrance to the Fractal Wing.

Or, you may wish to walk over to the Astro Rabbit Wing, enter the Pop Art Wing, visit the Self Portrait Wing, or stand at the Main Entrance to the Art Gallery

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