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A view into the inner workings of your computer/monitor. If it were powered by radio tubes, anyway.
Mathematically generated Fractal flame image. A dual screen version of this will soon be available, that has the other wing on the second monitor.
This one was a trick to balance contrast when seen on different monitors. Some monitors the shadows appear light, others very dark. (luckily, both extremes look good.)
With this on my desktop, it looks like my monitor is giving in to the heat, and melting back into a whirlpool.
A background your computer would choose. Humans use a 10 base, or 'decimal,' number system derived from our earliest counting devices, our fingers. Computers use 2 base, or 'binary' because they count with a series of switches: on or off.
The color choice in this one gives an added bonus to LCD monitors, as it changes color when viewed from different angles.
I've always love the simple geometric shapes, with that sharp clarity making your monitor look like you paid so much more than you did.
Really dark images are difficult because I need to take into account some monitors are darker than others, hiding some details, but this image can be dramatic both ways.
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