XaoS is an interactive fractal zoomer. It allows the user to continuously zoom in or out of a fractal in a fluid, continuous motion. This capability makes XaoS great for exploring fractals, and it’s fun!
- - Xaos is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to fractal.parts.
- - Xaos is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to fractal.parts.
Apophysis is a fractal flame editor and renderer for Microsoft Windows. It was created by Mark Townsend by translating Scott Draves original C code into Delphi and adding a graphical user interface.
Chaoscope is a 3D strange attractors rendering software. The word "Chaoscope" was invented by Ralph Abraham to describe computer tools used to help comprehending dynamic systems, a superset of the strange attractors.
Windows 95/98/NT fractal generation and exploration program with 3D, network, animation, 24 bit support, compatible to FractInt, compatible to UltraFractal (excluding UF class based formulas).
Download QuickMAN - Fast Mandelbrot Generator for free. QuickMAN is a Mandelbrot fractal generator with multicore support. ASM-optimized code reaches billions of iterations per second on fast CPUs.
Ultra Fractal is a fractal generation and rendering software application. The program works using a similar paradigm to Photoshop, allowing multiple layers to be combined using layer blending modes, transformations and custom fractal formulas.
- - Ultra Fractal is the most popular commercial alternative to fractal.parts.
XFractLab is a program to render fractals using specialized formulas. Built in compiler lets you image a wide variety of fractals while maintaining high performance. Multithreaded renderer scales with any number of cores, allowing to use your machine to its full capabilities.
An Interactive Fractal Art Generator - Create mesmerizing fractal art with Fraksl.
- - Fraksl is the most popular Android, iPhone, iPad & Android Tablet alternative to fractal.parts.
Frax is an art program that puts the “equations of nature” in the palm of your hand. Frax is powered by fractal geometry, the same principle that creates patterns of self-similarity in our natural world.