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Many computer graphics and Image Processing effects owe much of their realism to the study of fractals and noise. This short tutorial is based on over a decade of teaching and research interests, and will take a journey from the motion of a microscopic particle to the creation of imaginary planets.
Further resources at:
http://wiki.rcs.manchester.ac.uk/community/Fractal_Resources_Tutorial
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