# Koch Snowflake (animated)

This is one of the earliest described fractals, and it's based on an equilateral triangle. After a few iterations, the triangle turns into a beautiful, self-similar flake.

See the animated version here
# Circles (animated)

A simple fractal based on dots in a square pattern.

See the animated version here
# Spiral 1

A variation of a spiral fractal.

See it rendered here
# Spiral 2

A variation of a spiral fractal.

See it rendered here
# Spiral 3

A variation of a spiral fractal.

See it rendered here
# Tree

A simple tree fractal.

See it rendered here
# Develop your own!

If you are interested, you can download a package containing all fractals

here. Each is based on two JavaScript files: fractal.js which is a library in charge of calling a delegate, as well as rendering progressively, so that the generation is animated. The second JavaScript file is particular to each fractal, and defines a delegate generator function, along with the initialization of the fractal library.