Ever wondered how you'd look like a fractal (besides how you already look like one from natures side)? Live in oblivion no more with the Fractal Images compositions. The "Fractal Video" shows a basic composition using recursion (feedback) to create images overlapping in a fractal manner. With the "Fractal Rotating Space" composition, the base composition is expanded to create movement from a static picture or any other image input (including video).
This is a first step/experimentation into what's achievable with recursive functions in Vuo. Images are the simplest approach as the result of a loop is a new image that can be blended with the previous. The next steps will be to translate the concepts to work with layers and objects.
First image shown is the raw image from NASA, then it is the "fractalized" version. Video shows a simple animated fractal.
Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Univ. of Waterloo/A.Vantyghem et al; Optical: NASA/STScI; Radio: NRAO/VLA