Fractals In other words, a fractal is a mathematical object that is self-similar and chaotic. Fractals are infinitely complex: the closer you look the more detail you see. Most fractals are generated by a relatively simple equation where the results are fed back into the equation until it grows larger than a certain boundary. Most fractals are just a graph of an equation using complex numbers. The real line is the X-axis. The imaginary number line is the Y-axis. The point is fed into the equation such as the one for the Mandelbrot set. Fractals

Fractals In other words, a fractal is a mathematical object that is self-similar and chaotic. Fractals are infinitely complex: the closer you look the more detail you see. Most fractals are generated by a relatively simple equation where the results are fed back into the equation until it grows larger than a certain boundary. Most fractals are just a graph of an equation using complex numbers. The real line is the X-axis. The imaginary number line is the Y-axis. The point is fed into the equation such as the one for the Mandelbrot set. 