Published on 25 September 2008
Named after two physisists the Gumowski-Mira transform was developed to calculate the trajectories of sub-atomic particles.
Its nonlinear nature creates a wide variety of organic looking images ranging from galaxies to feathers and marine-like creatures to the cross-section of fruit.
Horizontal drag changes µ. Vertical drag changes the zoom.
Fine tune with the arrow keys. Render more iterations by pressing space.
The α value is tweaked by shift + vertical drag.
Last updated: 5 October 2008