This is from today’s Wikipedia Featured Picture
It is written in English.
I read, speak, and write English.
I have no idea what this says.
A mandelbulb is a three-dimensional analogue of the Mandelbrot set, a mathematical set of points whose boundary is a distinctive and easily recognizable two-dimensional fractal shape. This image, for the iteration z ↦ z^{8} + c, is rendered with a volumetric ray tracing and path tracing global illumination algorithm in the Corona renderer. It took about 70 hours to completely render.Image: Ondřej Karlík |
What seeker says…huh? hehe
Seems to be the consensus here
I’ve not a clue.
Have a fabulous day. 🙂
Me either. Maybe someone will enlighten us.
70 hours to render . . . a lifetime to decipher.
Got that right.
Everyone needs a mandelbulb! We just need to figure out what it really is.
It’s hard for me to believe it exists. And if it does…well I think I don’t care.
Seeker took the words out of my mouth. Both of them. Say what?
I have no idea what it says. I guess someone does…but maybe only the guy who wrote it.
😉
Huh? Exactly.
I still don’t understand it!
Neither do I. This is a puzzle.