PowerXplorer draws the Mandelbrot set and lets you explore it by zooming in and out at will
Version: 1.0.5PowerXplorer is a small application I wrote to test the Power Macintosh speed in native floating-point calculations. It draws the Mandelbrot set and lets you explore it by zooming in and out at will.
Operating System: Mac OS X
PowerXplorer is a fast Mandelbrot fractal graphics generator
PowerXplorer is a "fat" application: it contains code for both the 680x0 processors and the new PowerPC chip. The 680x0 code requires at least a 68020 and a 68881 coprocessor; it doesn't run on a 68LC040 because that chip has no math coprocessor. PowerXplorer requires 256 colors (or grays) to display the images properly; with thousands or millions of colors the image is correct, but there's no color animation.