This is a very, very beautiful image. The colors and movement are exquisite. It certainly helps us to be aware that some really good art can be made with Mandelbulb. I like the moving light rays in the background, and the way it changes shape as it rotates. My major concerns are that it takes a very long time to load, and it is not a cross-eyed stereogram. I can cross my eyes readily enough, but I have never figured out how to view them the opposite way. I suspect that is true of most people who can view stereograms. I would encourage you to put it back together by flipping the two halves. This is a fractal I will want to look at again and again. I was never tempted to try Mandelbulb before. Now I am. I am also moved to look at more work by this artist.
=PatGoltzYou can easily watch it by parallel eyes, when you scale down the browser images (e.g. <ctrl minus> in Firefox). The midpoints of the pictures must have the same distance as your eyes. And then you have to look and wait...
Neat fractal! In response to Pat G, I am able to view the 'stereo' image but it somehow comes out reversed and it seems like I'm looking at it from behind and like I was looking at the spheres from the inside...the outer half being cut away and viewing a cupped/.concave section of the image... Wild!
Wonderful and very surprising. I exercised myself in seing old Daguerrotypes in stereo. I look to them close, replace my focus point and it appears in stereo on top of my nose. This work did it very well!