These spectacular videos are two full hours of crystal clear, colorful, detailed and ever-changing kaleidoscopes with modern, relaxing background music. Created for enjoyment on your PC or away from the computer on large HDTVs in home theaters. Take a break from the noise and haste of daily life and play 120 minutes of calm, gorgeous, continuously changing fractal kaleidoscopes. Give your eyes a bright and colorful reward while you relax and enjoy the ride as endless patterns and color combinations slowly rotate and evolve in a hypnotic, mesmerizing dance of light.
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The beautiful fractals used in this video were based on original flame formula parameter sets created by other very talented artists and posted on the web as instructional examples. I am extremely grateful for their decision to share some of their parameters with the public and in these cases to permit commercial use by others. Many of these parameters were from Blatte's Fractal Resources. Many others were shared on the now inactive Fractal Repository website by other fractal flame artists including the brilliant and prolific artist, Mr. Psiquedelico, who's wonderful work can be found all over the internet. There is an unsupported mirror of this site archived here. The hypnotic background music is written and performed by Bjorn Lynne.
- Ken Meyering
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