How do you make a fractal flame?
The easiest way to make new flame fractals is to repeatedly hit the Search button until you see an image you like in the preview display. There are two available methods in Visions Of Chaos to display fractal flames.
What is apophysis of bone?
An apophysis is a normal developmental outgrowth of a bone which arises from a separate ossification centre, and fuses to the bone later in development. An apophysis usually does not form a direct articulation with another bone at a joint, but often forms an important insertion point for a tendon or ligament.
Is fire a fractal?
Fire is a turbulent feedback-driven fractal system. Fire is a powerful example of positive feedback.
What is the function of the apophysis?
Apophysis of the greater trochanter: The apophysis of the greater trochanter significantly contributes to the lever arm length of the hip joint. Its growth activity triggers the neck-shaft angle and finally the centration of the hip joint.
Is apophysis the same as epiphysis?
The apophysis is a site of tendon or ligament attachment, as compared to the epiphysis which contributes to a joint, and for that reason, it is also called ‘traction epiphysis’. When unfused, apophyses can easily be mistaken for fractures.
Is a kaleidoscope a fractal?
The Kaleidoscope examples display a Julia Fractal with a kaleidoscope-like design. The fractal image is blended with a texture and embossed….Kaleidoscope Examples.
|Example||Fractal Type||Fractal Equation|
|Kaleidoscope 09||Julia Fractal||Julia Map 3|
Are humans fractals?
We are fractal. Our lungs, our circulatory system, our brains are like trees. They are fractal structures. Fractal geometry allows bounded curves of infinite length, and closed surfaces with infinite area.
Are wildfires positive or negative feedback?
Fire is a powerful example of positive feedback.
Where are apophysis found?
An apophysis is found where major tendons and ligaments attach to bone. The tibial tubercle apophysis, for example is an insertion for the patellar tendon. An apophysis can also be the site of muscle attachment to the margin of the ilium.