ART MATRIX  

Robert P. Munafo, 2010 Sep 20.



Art Matrix (also called ARTMATRIX) was a business devoted to fractal art and educational resource materials. Owned and operated by Homer W. Smith and Jane E. Staller, it origined with early fractal exploration work being performed by the owners in connection with their work at the Cornell National Supercomputer Facility.

Originally doing business entirely through the mail (via an address in Ithaca, NY), Art Matrix eventually established an internet presence at artmatrix.com. (Another site, http://www.lightlink.com/artmatrix/, became defunct in 2006)

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One of the ARTMATRIX postcards featured this memorable example of rotational symmetry arising from bifurcation. This island is in R2.1/3.C(1/2).


revisions: 19961104 oldest on record; 20100920 add URLs, brief history and image; 20100922 add R2.1/3.C(1/2) link




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