Crab Carpet Fractal

November 15, 2017 Taylor Zabinsky

Starting with 16 squares, I decided to remove 5; the four corner squares and a square on the inside. The coordinates removed are, (0,0), (4,0), (0,4), (4,4) and (1,1). Below, you can see how the total area for each box level (total, big, medium and small) is calculated. This is important to […]

Space Invader Carpet Fractal

November 15, 2017 Collin Cullen

I named my fractal the Space Invader because the white color and shape reminds me of the aliens from the classic arcade game Space Invaders. When designing this fractal carpet, I did not have any specific shape in mind, but I knew I wanted a symmetrical fractal […]

Tetris Carpet Fractal

November 15, 2017 Ni Trisadhani

For this particular carpet fractal, I removed three sections (boxes) that are towards the middle of the square which are (2,1) (1,2) and (2,2) in order to create the first level of the fractal. The reason why I removed these sections was because I thought the fractal was unique and […]

Fork Carpet Fractal

November 15, 2017 Jenna Jordan

When I created my fractal carpet, I removed squares: [0,1] [3,1 ] [1,3] [2,3].  I named my fractal the Fork Fractal because of the way that it splits off into two at the top. When the design moves up a level, it creates more little splits within the large […]

Funky 8 Carpet Fractal

November 14, 2017 Emily Clark

For my fractal, I removed the coordinates [0,0], [2,1], [1,2], and [3,3].  This created a shape that is symmetrical and that is why I like it.  If you turn it a little, it looks like the number ‘8’ but with straight lines instead of curved ones. For this fractal, we assumed the area 16 units.  Each large […]

Elephant Nose Carpet Fractal

November 14, 2017 Weidan Xia

For my carpet fractal, I removed three squares for my level 1, which are (1,2), (2,2) and (1,3). The pictures below show from level 1 to level 3. It looks like an elephant nose of “L”. Below images are my prints of four levels. […]

Four Corner Fractal Carpet

November 14, 2017 Jennifer Marks

To make my fractal I removed the four corners of the blank carpet. I removed the coordinates [0,0], [3,0], [0,3], and [3,3]. With each iteration the  four corners of each square get removed. I designed my fractal this way because I wanted something neat and […]

Window Fractal Carpet

November 14, 2017 Katy Wagner

For this fractal, I removed 3 squares out of the 16 that we started with. I removed a corner square, a square in the middle and one on the bottom row. The coordinates removed are (0,1), (1,2), and (3,3). To be able to calculate the area, we had to use a specific formula and apply it to […]

Film Fractal Carpet

November 13, 2017 Grant Folsom

The Film Fractal Carpet is made by removing four blocks, two opposing each other in pairs. The coordinates removed are (0,2), (0,3), (4,2), & (4,3). The sequence of  pictures shows the sequence from level 1-3. Before any calculations are done, look at this sample to know where some […]

Centerless Carpet Fractal

November 13, 2017 vasilidallasjmu

For my Fractal Carpet, I removed the four center coordinates – (1,1) (2,1) (1,2) and (2,2). This is what Level 1 of my Fractal Carpet looks like. The math for Level 1 is very simple. This Level has 16 equal units. I took out four. So 16 – 4 =12. The four in the center are the coordinates […]

Dog Ear Fractal

November 13, 2017 Megan Shanian

In order to make my fractal, I removed the points: (1,1), (2,0) and  (2,1). Removing these coordinates resulted in my fractal having an “L”  shape pattern. In the second iteration of this fractal, the “L” shape attaches to the top of an upside down L, forming what look like dog ears. […]

Plus Sign Carpet Fractal

November 13, 2017 Sam Janssen

To start with our carpet fractal, level 1 has 1 square removed from each of the corners creating a plus sign shape. When repeated for a level two, it creates a plus sign made of plus signs, and so on. To find the area, I took the area of the original […]

Computer RAM Carpet Fractal

November 10, 2017 Haleigh Sink

In my fractal, I removed 3 coordinates, [2,1], [0,2], and [2,2]. Before I removed squares in my fractal, there were 16 squares in total. For my level 1, I removed 3 squares, leaving 13 in the fractal. The area for level one is 13. For level 2, I multiplied the 13 remaining squares […]

Ghost Carpet Fractal

November 10, 2017 Hunter Simmons

This is a fractal because through each new level, the same thing is continuously done. In the case of my fractal, after each level each squares size is divided by 4, while also removing the the same points that would correspond in […]

Cupid’s Carpet Fractal

I call this carpet fractal “Cupid’s” because the holes in the center and the overall outline of the carpet resemble hearts. I came up with the design simply by playing around with the template cells. I created this shape by indenting […]

Snowflake Carpet Fractal

November 9, 2017 Maddy B

I am calling this the snowflake carpet fractal because the higher the levels go for this fractal, the more it looks like a snowflake. To make my carpet I took out (0,0) and (3,3). Below is the equation I used to calculate the surface area of level 1, 2, and 3. […]

The Plaid Carpet Fractal

November 9, 2017 Nathan Glass

The Plaid Carpet design was made by removing four blocks from level 1 coordinates [0,0], [3,0], [0,3], and [3,3]. The surface area for level 1 would be the number of boxes removed, times the area of the big boxes, from the number of boxes that comprise the total area of the complete […]

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