Fractalizing Polygons

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This Demonstration applies fractal constructions to polygons with a varying number of sides. The Koch and Minkowski transformations are applied to the edges of the polygon, while a third option creates an adjustable fractal out of the polygon itself.

Contributed by: Anne Zhou (August 2014)
(Mathematica Summer Camp 2014)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


Snapshots


Details

Snapshot 1: the Koch snowflake, constructed from a triangle and the Koch curve

Snapshot 2: a modified version of the Minkowski sausage, generated from a square

Snapshot 3: the Sierpinski sieve, created using the tesselated option



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