Fractal Domains
Fractal Domains
2.0.11

4.0

Fractal Domains free download for Mac

Fractal Domains

2.0.11
05 September 2010

Create fractal images.

Overview

Fractal Domains is a program that generates color fractal images. With it, you can explore and create an unlimited variety of images.

Fractal Domains offers several options for producing striking variations, and it includes advanced features for producing high-quality images.

What's new in Fractal Domains

Version 2.0.11:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • A build error in 2.0.10 resulted in an application that would only run under OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). This build error has been corrected, and 2.0.11 should run correctly on all versions of OS X from 10.4 onwards.
  • The corrections to allow better performance of the GUI while rendering in the background caused a degradation of the performance of rendering.

    Changes have been made to partially correct this. The edit window fractal generation should be very fast now. The background rendering is now probably at par with its previous performance, but greater speed with mulitple cores is still possible for anti-aliased images. Further speed increases will probably be made available in the next version.

3 Fractal Domains Reviews

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Curiosity-blue
01 February 2008

Most helpful

I disagree with the previous poster. Art is subjective, interpretation is up to the viewer. I enjoy using the fractal images as a theme integrated into other artwork, rather than the raw images. There are many fractal generators out there for Windows or Linux, but Mac native programs are hard to find. This program fills that niche and is remarkably easy to use without a PhD in math. There may be more powerful generators out there, but this one is all the casual user/artist will ever need. Check out the gallery on the website to find your beauty.
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Version 2.0.5
Moog-Modular
25 August 2010
Consistently crashes upon launch. Intel Imac OS 10.5.8
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Version 2.0.10
1 answer(s)
Dennis-De-Mars
Dennis-De-Mars
05 September 2010
Sorry: build error. Crashes on everything before 10.6. I am currently uploading version 2.0.11, which fixes this.
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Version 2.0.10
Curiosity-blue
01 February 2008
I disagree with the previous poster. Art is subjective, interpretation is up to the viewer. I enjoy using the fractal images as a theme integrated into other artwork, rather than the raw images. There are many fractal generators out there for Windows or Linux, but Mac native programs are hard to find. This program fills that niche and is remarkably easy to use without a PhD in math. There may be more powerful generators out there, but this one is all the casual user/artist will ever need. Check out the gallery on the website to find your beauty.
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Version 2.0.5
Tim27
28 January 2008
i have never understood the fascination with fractal images. they don't create anything beautiful to look at and nothing you would ever want to use in artwork or advertising or video games. what is the point of them?
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Version 2.0.4
5 answer(s)
Castle-Rose
Castle-Rose
28 January 2008
Are you serious? That's like saying all atonal music is not pretty so why would any one write it. In fact some of the greatest composers have made quite beautiful atonal music: Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Alexander Scriabin, and Béla Bartók to name a few. More to the point I have seen some extraordinarily beautiful fractal images. Maybe it's just not your taste.
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Version 2.0.4
Tim27
Tim27
29 January 2008
fractal images within nature are beautiful to observe. snowflakes, leaf patterns, cloud formations, even mountain ranges. but mathematically-generated fractals offer about as much beauty to look at as a pontiac aztec.
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Version 2.0.4
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
01 February 2008
You obviously have never heard of a screensaver called Fracture then. I have created some very beautiful desktop backgrounds with this program. Give me your email address and I'll send you an image I created with Fracture. It's not just the run-of-the-mill Julia and Mandelbrot types.
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Version 2.0.5
Syharris
Syharris
01 February 2008
Computer or mathematically created fractals can be incredibly, breathtakingly beautiful. As a graphic artist, I've used some mind blowing fractal images in my work, many resulting from the above mentioned screen saver "Fracture". Fractals rock!!!
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Version 2.0.5
Tim27
Tim27
08 February 2008
I just checked out Fracture. I guess to each his own, cuz the images I see still look incredibly boring and devoid of human emotion to me. Also, the screensaver appears in blocks rather than being drawn in real time on screen or being animated. Really makes it seem cold and lifeless.
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Version 2.0.5
$20.00

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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