Langton's Ant

Langton's Ant is simple algorithm where an "ant" is walking across a two-dimensional array of bits. If the bit the ant steps on is 0 (color 2) the ant turns left. If the bit is 1 (color 1) and the ant turns right. The bit the ant has just left will be inverted. These simple rules lead to different intermediate patterns.
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