Building a Lorenz Attractor In XSLT

Posted by on May 19, 2011 in Geekery, Graphics | No Comments

I have been clearing my desk, physically and metaphorically, getting ready for my next big thing. One of the things on my desk was my research and experiments in generating a Lorenz Attractor fractal directly in web browsers using pure XSLT, just to prove it could be done.

I have finally polished up my results, and created a micro-site at xslorenz.gothick.org.uk to record them for posterity. So, if you’re intensely geeky and really into either (a) XSL, or (b) doing quite unlikely things with browsers, you might want to go and have a look.

If you’re a sane and normal person, you probably don’t want to click on that link.

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