Quat generates 3d fractal objects. These objects are Julia sets using quaternions. The package can calculate usual images and stereo pair images for real 3d views, and includes a user-specified true color palette for flexible coloring, 5 iteration formulas, and intersection planes so users can cut open a 3D fractal to see its interior. The program calculates fractals in PNG image format using 24bit true color. There is also a text mode version for batch calculation.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://www.physcip.uni-stuttgart.de/phy11733/doc/quat-us.html
released on 26 November 2002
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