FractalGL

FractalGL


FractalGL is an open source fractal function opengl renderer for Android, powered by Necessitas project
(http://sourceforge.net/p/necessitas)

It allows users navigate through the world of fractional function (only Mandelbrot set at the
moment, but more are coming) by panning, pinch zooming and even rotating the viewport.

Powered by OpenGL ES 2.0 and Necessitas, FractalGL delivers the smoothest user experience
among similar products in the market.

**Features:

•Panning the image
•Pinch zoom up to 25000X of the original scale.
•Multi-touch rotate via the image center
•OpenGL ES 2.0 Rendering

**Features coming:

•Save image to device
•Change color ramp for Mandelbrot
•Improve rotation and zooming experience
•More options

** Install Guide

1. On the first time running of FractalGL, it will direct you to the Android Market to
download an app called “Ministro II”, which is a system to help you to retrieve and update
the latest Qt libraries for your device. Download and Install “Minstro II”.
2. Run FractalGL again and it will notify you that you need to download some necessary
libraries to run the application. Select yes and wait for the download to finish.
3. After the successfully download of the require libraries, FractalGL should run
automatically.

Project website and source code:
https://github.com/jiamingfeng/FractdroidGL

Meet any issue of the program? Please send me an email to report bug or feedback.

Recent changes:
v0.2.6
** Fix the "automatic iteration" algorithm to have a good zoom/iteration count balance
** Fix the stretchy image bug when panning/zooming/rotating the image

v0.2.5
** Add iteration count in HUD display
** Fix black screen issue on some devices. If you experience this issue, please install this update
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Free
43
2.2
User ratings
6
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
123 kb
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About FractalGL
FractalGL is an open source fractal function opengl renderer for Android, powered by Necessitas project
(http://sourceforge.net/p/necessitas)

It allows users navigate through the world of fractional function (only Mandelbrot set at the
moment, but more are coming) by panning, pinch zooming and even rotating the viewport.

Powered by OpenGL ES 2.0 and Necessitas, FractalGL delivers the smoothest user experience
among similar products in the market.

**Features:

•Panning the image
•Pinch zoom up to 25000X of the original scale.
•Multi-touch rotate via the image center
•OpenGL ES 2.0 Rendering

**Features coming:

•Save image to device
•Change color ramp for Mandelbrot
•Improve rotation and zooming experience
•More options

** Install Guide

1. On the first time running of FractalGL, it will direct you to the Android Market to
download an app called “Ministro II”, which is a system to help you to retrieve and update
the latest Qt libraries for your device. Download and Install “Minstro II”.
2. Run FractalGL again and it will notify you that you need to download some necessary
libraries to run the application. Select yes and wait for the download to finish.
3. After the successfully download of the require libraries, FractalGL should run
automatically.

Project website and source code:
https://github.com/jiamingfeng/FractdroidGL

Meet any issue of the program? Please send me an email to report bug or feedback.

Recent changes:
v0.2.6
** Fix the "automatic iteration" algorithm to have a good zoom/iteration count balance
** Fix the stretchy image bug when panning/zooming/rotating the image

v0.2.5
** Add iteration count in HUD display
** Fix black screen issue on some devices. If you experience this issue, please install this update
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 4, 2012
Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 crashes
A Google User
Sep 4, 2012
Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 crashes
balius
Sep 4, 2012
Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 crashes
A Google User
Jun 20, 2012
Keeps demanding external libraries even after they've been installed. Preview images look nice but umable to run.
Catherine
Jun 20, 2012
Keeps demanding external libraries even after they've been installed. Preview images look nice but umable to run.