Aleph 1 - fractal generator.

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Aleph One is a highly sophisticated program for generating fractals. Some major features are: A built-in expression generator, 32-bit colouring schemes for the fractals, multi-threaded and multi-server rendering! WOW! And lots, lots more...



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