What's up with the T series?
The T series fractals feature a combination of Menger3, which is a cube-like formula created by Karl Menger [thought of in 1926!] and OctKoch, which looks like a 3D plus sign when calculated by itself, or as the creator of the formula, describes it, looking like a castle with infinite towers. When these two formulas are combined, out comes this symmetrical, box-like fractal creation. All fractals in this series feature frame rates greater than 100.
What's in the download link?
- One 120fps 2000x2000 h265 fractal animation video as an MP4
- Four 4000x4000 keyframes to use as wallpaper or to do whatever you want with
- Three 2000x2000 bonus frames to use for whatever as well
What is shown?
- The 60fps h264 version is being displayed on OpenSea.
How many of these are made?
- Only one using this palette
How do I decode the name of a fractal, like T-AD IS | 2K 300fps?
- The letter(s) behind the dash is the actual name of the series, so in this case, it's T. All fractals in a series share something in common. With the T series, all fractals use the same two formulas. Some series share other things in common, such as the FP series - in that, all fractals share the fact that they're all experimental animations, instead of rendering the fractal animation frame by frame.
- After the dash, it's the version and revision. Different versions do not share keyframes and have totally different animations, but different revisions share at least one keyframe in common. As with T-AD, this means that there were 3 different animations made before it, but this one made the cut.
- The letters after that, in this case IS, stands for the palette type, which is the set of colors used.
- Lastly, the resolution & frame rate is listed at the end (and sometimes with additional info after).