Pianola breeder/Snippet

From LifeWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The pianola breeders are a series of patterns by Paul Tooke in 2010, based on a simplification and extension of the Gemini spaceship's construction mechanism. Tooke produced a number of slow-salvo-constructed patterns with superlinear growth, including a series of breeder patterns of previously unknown types. For some patterns, the Gemini's two construction arms were moved to a permanent stationary platform, using fourteen glider-loop channels instead of twelve. Some of these breeder patterns remain difficult to classify unambiguously.