



Deep Lorenz is a graphic abstraction of the Lorenz Attractor. For
each solution of this strange attractor, a single graphic instance
of the circle above is placed. The circle is scaled to represent three
dimensional depth.
In this implementation, the attractor is allowed to run continuously,
replacing older instances so as to conserve computational resources.
Notice how the solutions never quite fall into a stable orbit. This
is the unusual property observable in most strange attractors. 








I find this particular abstraction of the Lorenz Attractor extremely
beautiful. At much higher resolutions of 10,000 iterations or more,
subsystems exhibiting organic qualities begin to emerge within the
structure.
View additional information about the Lorenz
Attractor.












jtarbell,
march 2003 

