A fractal is a complex geometric pattern characterized by self-similarity at different scales. These intricate structures, often generated through mathematical formulas, exhibit irregular and highly detailed patterns with infinite complexity. Fractals have applications in mathematics, science, and art, and are known for their presence in natural phenomena. Artists use fractal-generating software to create visually captivating images, and fractals play a role in computer modeling and the study of chaotic systems. Pioneered by Benoît B. Mandelbrot, fractals have become a subject of fascination and exploration in various scientific and creative fields.