Current version is 2.7, posted 09-17-98.
Version 2.7, can be downloaded from
Here. (approx. 333KBytes)
The complete source for Tierazon version 2.7 can be downloaded by clicking
To view Tierazon v2.7 release notes, click
An alternate site in France is now available for downloading the Tierazon
This site is provided thanks to
Louvet and is recommended if you are in Europe.
To download Tierazon v2.7 from France, click
To download the Tierazon v2.7 source code from France, click
Tierazon v1.0 executable, re-posted 07-25-98
Tierazon v1.0 sourcecode
Some of the following parameter files were made with an earlier version of
Tierazon Parameter Files
Note: some of these parameter files may not work correctly and some may be
Tiera-zon is a freeware fractal generator which runs under
Win95/NT. A graphics monitor of a least 256 colors is required, high
color or true color is prefered since it generates fractals in true-color.
The Tiera-zon program is about twice as fast as the Iterations/ Flarium
programs. The main program is written in Visual C++ and the formulae
and filters are written and included in a DLL file that is compiled with
the freeware DJGPP compiler
using a Windows port software package called RSX.
Tiera-zon currently has the following
About 100 formulae, mostly consisting of Newton MSet formula, Newton variations,
and trig functions.
Several enhancement filters such as stalks, bubbles, and atan methods.
Saves images in 24-bit bmp format.
Image processing such as blur, emboss, contour, and sharpen
Anti-aliasing by blurring the image (low pass filtering), then reducing the
image to half size.
Fractal dimension and standard deviation coloring method.
A unique formulae editor and parser which supports the following complex
*, /, +, -, ^, sin, sinh, asin, cos, acos, and tan, atan, and log.
The formula editor/ parser can be used to write your own unique formulae.
Capability for creating AVI file video clips of zooming and/ or panning into
Capability for creating AVI file video clips of Julia set animations. (New
in version 1.5).
Hubicka for telling me about the DJGPP compiler
Carlson for the Newton Mset formula explanations, the Ushiki Phoenix
formulae, the atan, bubbles, the stalks method, etc, etc......
Björn Isho for creating the
Paul Derbyshire for
discovering the Nova formula.
Gerry Myers for writing the unique
formula editor/ parser. firstname.lastname@example.org
Holger Jaenisch and James Handley for help with the initial release of
for providing lots of testing and feedback during the development of
Valls for contributing the magnet1 and magnet2 formulae.
for the (x/y) orbit trap method.
for the (1-z/radius) orbit counting method.
Thanks to Seth Bollinger, filter
# 50 has been corrected.
This page was originally created on 12/09/97
and was moved to this URL on 3/7/98
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