In Complex Chaos a fractal is displayed on the arched dome above you. It will grow and change depending on your movements and position in the room. Fractals are complex but not random and to Tann they visualize the beauty of mathematics. These fractals are from the Julia Set which was first described in the early 1900's but wasn't visualized until computers could do the thousands of required calculations in 1978. Now you can even interact with them through the advancement of technology and the work of Sean Tann.

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