The Mandelbrot set is a mathematical set of points that are computed from a relatively simple formula.
Its name comes from the Mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot who did not discover it but was one of the first to study it.
The Mandelbrot Set holds a special place among fractals as it is one of the more easily recognizable ones, while at the same time being very varied.
Typical fractal explorers compute the fractal on your machine, this means that exploration is slow, power-hungry or has to be compromised on quality.
The fractal here has been pre-computed to a high resolution:
There is one symmetry along the vertical axis, which was taken advantage of during the computation.
It is likely that at some point in the future, relevant tiles could be recomputed to greater depth.