Iterated Function Systems (IFS, for short), as they're known today, are a relatively new creation/discovery, being conceived and distributed in 1981. Since then, with the increase of technological efficiency in computer programming and processing, IFS based fractals have become relatively normal in terms of their appearance. How? Digital fractal based art. Through the chaos game, and fractal flames, it becomes possible to create unique pieces of digital art purely through programing and math. In this video, we will give a very brief overview of how the chaos game works, and its applications in creating works of digital art, as well as a brief overview of fractal flames, and their processes for creating art through math and programming.
Patterson, Daniel and Coté, Benjamin, "General Artistic Overview of IFS, Chaos Game, and Fractal Flames" (2021). Academic Excellence Showcase Proceedings. 284.
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