p15 bumper

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p15 bumper
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Pattern type Reflector
Number of cells 42
Bounding box 27×14
Angle 90°
Period 15
Heat Unknown
Discovered by Tanner Jacobi
Year of discovery 2016

p15 bumper is a periodic colour-preserving glider reflector with Karel's p15 providing the necessary spark. The minimum repeat time is 45 ticks. For an equivalent colour-changing periodic glider reflector see p15 bouncer. A stable Snark reflector can be substituted for any bumper. This changes the timing of the output glider, which can be useful for rephasing periodic glider streams. A p3 bumper or p5 bumper can also be substituted for a p15 bumper if that allows for a better fit with nearby circuitry.

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