p7 bouncer

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p7 bouncer
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Pattern type Reflector
Number of cells 95
Bounding box 21 × 22
Angle 90°
Period 7
Heat Unknown
Discovered by Noam Elkies
Year of discovery 1998

P7 bouncer is Noam Elkies' colour-changing glider reflector using a p7 pipsquirter, with a minimum repeat time of 28 ticks. A 34P14 shuttle can replace this bouncer. A high-clearance version is shown in the pipsquirter 2 article.

The input path (in green) and output path (in red) of the glider

For colour-preserving glider reflectors see p7 bumper and the stable Snark reflector.

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