This is a rework of DEHP-II. It is rendered in full 640x480 resolution and slowed down a bit so you can better appreciate the structures that appear. The colors have been changed a little, and the music in the second stage (after it pauses then starts moving again) has been replaced with "Krypton" by Technetium.
|MP4||320x240 768 kbps 17.1 MB quick draft quality FAST START|
640x480 4Mbps 82.3 MB high quality FAST START
|WMV||320x480 768 kbps 17.1 MB quick draft quality|
|Date Generated:||25 May - 6 Jun 2008|
|Final Image Size:||1e-78|
|Video Length:||4:08 of fractal, 4:36 total|
|Rendering Time:||149 hours (give or take)|
|Audio:||SonicFire and Technetium|
Gerolamo Cardano (1501-1576) was one of the first mathematicians to begin using what are now called "imaginary" numbers, which form the mathematical foundation that the Mandelbrot set is built upon. This work is named in his honor.