
Forms from fractal dimensions
create waves…
Physics is the science
of energy. Mathematics is the language of energy,
geometry is the graphics of mathematics as it shows
a visual affirmation of mathematical ratio. Fractal
geometry is the geometry of the chaos of the natural
forms. 
EXALOM
FRACTAL
Resonance SYSTEM 



In the
70’s the mathematician
Benoit
Mandelbrot managed to discovered a method to
mathematically model his diagrams and adopting a definition
of the more abstract dimensions to those used in the normal
Euclidean geometry, suggested that the fractal could be
organised mathematically as if it has fractal dimensions
instead of a whole number of dimensions. 

A fractal is a simple mathematical expression that, through
recurrence (multiplied by its result many times) generates
infinitely complex geometric shapes. If, on the computer,
you enlarge a detail of a non linear fractal, you will find
an ever major complexity; in many cases the enlarged area
will reveal the entire image on a smaller scale, and so
on for many other times; in other cases it will change completely
in some points. 

Fractal
geometry seems to be the most adequate to describe
the apparent chaos and complexity of natural phenomenon.
From the shape of the brain and that of the ramification
of the nerve dendrites, from the jagged profile of
leaves to the pattern of growth of coral, from the
shape of a cauliflower to the branching of the bronchi,
from lightening flashes to the outline of the mountains
and the clouds, everything seems chaotic while it
is born from complex and harmonic mathematical ratio:
Fractal geometry. 

