I developed some equations relating to symmetry. When used recursively, they produce what I believe is a fractal of symmetries. The fractal is procedurally generated like a snowflake or a gasket, but it produces an image that looks more like a Mandelbrot.
Does anyone recognize my results? Any info would be appreciated.
This image goes down 11 generations.
It's 10,000x10,000 so you can zoom in. I'm still working on a good palette mapping scheme. I think there's a lot more structure in there than is currently visible.
If anyone is interested in the math, I have posted a paper here. I am interested in publishing formally, but need an endorser.
So, is this novel or can someone point me to what I've duplicated? If not, does anyone have any thoughts? Any help is much appreciated.
(I am posting this question based on advice in the answer found here)
Update: The fractal was only half-there. I discovered the other half. Here is a pic in case it is more recognizable. There are pics of a few different generations on my blog.
(Thanks VividD for the embedded pic, I followed suit!)