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3. The Five Platonic Fractals

As we noted above, different values of $\alpha$ give different fuzziness. To produce representative pictures, one for each solid, we adjusted $\alpha$ so that, as a rule, the more vertices, the higher value of $\alpha$ - thus higher resolution of details. While rendering the pictures, for obtaining grayscale value for a given picture we were using either the formula $\log (data+1)$ or, to get more details at the peak values, even $log(log(data+1)+1).$