|Fractal Wada Basin 2 by Luc2|
It looks like three perfectly mirrored spheres, on a gridded plane with rectangles, under a cloudy sky. Actually if you look closer, it's FOUR (tetra) such spheres, packed, the centers of which form a tetrahedron, simplest of the five Platonic solids, when connected.
With such simplicity, and other than the clouds, there is no fractility, yes?
Yes? No. Look closer. Click twice on the picture to superenfractinate.
I mean GEEZ, don't those look like Julia sets? What is THAT all about ?
(and yah, I know we're talking about the field that is Projective Geometry )
I do not choose to analyze this beautiful computer art at this time other than PG though I do look forward to doing so, as did Paul Dirac, but by all means feel free to offer your own thoughts. I think that this one artwork is so good first for its beauty that it needs no explanation, but second for the the thousands of mathematical ideas it can launch.
So ... enjoy.
And honor the artist Luc2 please, by looking at his other work, which you can find by clicking: here .