45-degree MWSS-to-G

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45-degree MWSS-to-G
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Pattern type Conduit
Conduit type Converter
Input MWSS
Output Glider
Number of cells 63
Bounding box 17×27
Spartan? Yes
Discovered by Ivan Fomichev
Dongook Lee
Year of discovery 2015

45-degree MWSS-to-G (or 45-degree LWSS-to-G) is a small converter found by Ivan Fomichev on October 14, 2015, based on a reaction found by Dongook Lee in July of the same year.[1] It accepts either an MWSS or LWSS as input and produces an output glider traveling at a 45-degree angle relative to the input direction.

The form shown in the infobox can be built in any orientation by slmake, as of November 2018, enabling it to be used in self-constructing circuitry.


  1. Ivan Fomichev (October 14, 2015). Re: Stable glider reflector (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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