The idea of this WEB page is to show the visitors the beauty and charisma inherent in the magic of chaos theoretical fractals - which are otherwise mainly used for calculations such as turbulence, weather or for calculating economic cycles.
Welcome to my little mathematical art gallery !
Beauty in mathematics and physics can be seen in the fractals and strange attractors of chaos theory: each has its own charisma, fantasy and message from the universe of chaos and order.
The diversity of the mathematical works of art that emerges can be seen in the most varied of pictures, watercolors, mandalas or even in almost essential creations that sometimes look strikingly like marine animals, birds or plants.
Let yourself be surprised and look into the fantastic and imaginative world of visualized images from quantum theory, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle or dynamic systems.
The motifs shown form a (small) selection of what appears to appear almost randomly through selected parameters in physical or mathematical systems. However, a lot of attempts are usually necessary to come across really interesting and worth seeing results.
The idea of this WEB page is to make the elegance, grace and charisma tangible and visible to visitors, which is inherent in the magic of butterfly effects and various pattern formation processes - which are actually used for completely different things such as calculations such as turbulence, weather or also for calculation used by economic cycles.
For me as a mathematician, however, it was and is particularly exciting and surprising that the mostly so dry calculations that you have to carry out hundreds of millions of times (of course computer-aided) in order to (hopefully) find satisfactory results that seem like out of nowhere and how by chance such impressive and varied creations can conjure up.
So, I thought that these might also be worth seeing for many other people - and that mathematics and physics also hide a lot of beauty that one usually does not know or suspect. Of course, the beauty of every work of art is always in the eye of the beholder.
I would be happy if you too find one or the other of the resulting designs beautiful!