apophysis-j is a port of apophysis, a Windows fractal flame editor.
Benojt is a fractal explorer that focuses on easy navigation in a fractal image and flexible creation of new fractals. Due to its modular design single components like iterators, renderers, and colorings can be replaced, making it easy to experiment with individual aspects of the creation of a fractal image. Using the Java class loading API, new components can be created from templates and compiled and supplied at runtime.
yet another Fractal Generator which uses Mandala to distribute fractal datas to fractal computers. Fractal datas are created locally and distributed to any fractal computers which may be hosted on workstations, Java enabled web-browser through applets, and even JavaCard
endlos is a platform-independent, multithreaded fractal generator. It features unlimited precision, smooth and random coloring, multiple draw modes and fractals, support for color map files (over 1600 available), and support for many image file formats.
JAME is a real-time multi-thread fractal graphics platform which supports images and animations. JAME is an OSGi application and can be extended by plug-ins to provide new fractals, formulas, filters, effects, encoders and more.
Java-mountains is a port of the xmountains fractal landscape generator to Java.
Java Mandelbrot Explorer: an application and applet for rendering pictures of the Mandelbrot Set and Julia Sets
Povray Tree Generator
Povray Tree Generator generates tree structures using Povray.
a free program for image processing and fractal exploration. It has many features for customizing the appearance of fractal images. These include special filters, a palette editor, gradient palette creator, and animated palette cycling
µFrac (pronounce myü-frak) is a distributed fractal explorer for mobile devices (phones and PDAs). Current supported platform is the J2ME? (Java? 2 Platform, Micro Edition) plus MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile)