Friday, April 26, 2013

Cool Art Installations to Visit: 3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art by Mac Kanashimi at LEA 27

3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art by Mac Kanashimi, 2013, March 9 - July 31
- A minimalist art exhibition at LEA: Linden Endowment for the Arts

The 3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art exhibit showcases sim-wide variations of Mandelbrot fractal art.
The spectacular script-controlled fractal landscape changes many times throughout the day.
3D Mandelbrot Fractal Art is Mac Kanashimi's largest work until now.

Notes from Eddi:
I love this art installation. 

I photograph three examples of moving fractals here, there is a new show every few minutes. It is interesting to watch the shapes move and form and change in front of you. 

In order to see this exhibit, you must set your viewer at near to maximum distance.  What you are viewing is a sim-wide art exhibit from a viewing platform 2562 meters high.  You can set your graphics on medium, but go into advanced graphics and move your distance to maximum. 

I used the environmental light settings for these photographs that the sim is set to. 

For more information on Linden Endowment for the Arts Installations:


view of entire sim from maximum height

Fractal Design 2 (Fractal Design 1 above this line)

Fractal Design 3

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