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Tom Beddard

Open-source digital artist Tom Beddard creates crazy looking images via complicated codes and programs. The 3D Mandelbulb Ray Tracer he’s been using most recently (which you can download and play with yourself) involves a lot of math and programming that’s way over my head, but the resulting 3D fractals look like an electron microscope photograph of God’s colon.

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