Yannick Gingras has been updating his web-based fractal explorer with a ton of new features. Users can mark certain regions as interesting, then other people can rate the coolness of regions. It's sort of like a HOTorNOT.com for fractals.
This is one I picked out
Those are fractal zooming movies. They represent a deep dive into the Mandelbrot Set. You can get more information on the Mandelbrot Set and fractals in general from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandelbrot_set http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fractal The movies were generated by Fract, a web based zoomer for the Mandelbrot Set fractal written by Yannick Gingras. The image generation is powered by Common Lisp. Fract includes a renderer to make anti-aliased images and it uses Salza to compress each frames into a PNG file. Each movie is made of approximately 1000 frames from top level to a given region. The encoding of the MPEG movies was done by ffmpeg. Fract allows visitors to vote for the most interesting regions. This movie pack is a snapshot of the top-20 on 2005-04-25
I set up a torrent for the movie files. You can download them by pointing your Bittorrent client to http://www.xach.com/fract/mp1.torrent. Enjoy! Update The torrent was up for several days, and served 4GB of traffic. It's down now.