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Lorenz.Deep is a limited edition, gallery quality print of the Lorenz Attractor. The construction consists of 5,000 circles, each representing a single iteration through three dimensional space.

The Lorenz Attractor is quite famous in the world of attractors. It's invention was an attempt to model atmospheric changes with sensitive initial conditions. The equations are often referenced when discussing the Butterfly Effect.

A long print life is ensured: archival pigment-based inks and acid free, ph-neutral watercolor paper (more information about production qualities, www.complexification.net/quality.html ).

Immense detail has been achieved: 67 million pixels of information in each print (more information about the computational medium, www.complexification.net/medium.html).

This listing is for edition No. 14 of 42. The edition is signed, titled, and numbered by yours truly.

★ Limited edition of 42.

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See algorithm page for source code, additional images, and computational details:

www.complexification.net/gallery/machines/deeplorenz

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★ Paper Qualities
Width: 19"
Height: 13"
Paper House: Hahnemühle
Weight: 285 gsm
Texture: watercolor

★ Pixel Information
Width: 10200
Height: 6600
Total Pixel Area: 67,320,000 pixels
Color Depth: 4 bytes
Total Pixel Mass: 269,280,000 pixel bytes

★ Printed Image
Width: 17"
Height: 11"
Total Graphic Area: 187 square inches
DPI: 2800
Inkjet Dots: 1,466,080,000

★ Data Objects
Point / 5,000 instances / 3 points / 45,000 numbers
Total Data Entries: 15,000 numbers
Data Density: 240.63 numbers / square inch
Jared Tarbell

Lorenz.Deep limited edition print No.14 of 42

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: hahnemuhle, paper, ultrachrome, ink, code, program, algorithms, bits, bytes, love
  • Ships worldwide from New Mexico, United States
  • Feedback: 20 reviews
  • Favorited by: 20 people