|Basic setup of videofeedback: a videocamrea, cable, and monitor. Add a tripod if your hands aren't steady.|
|Results Four classes of behavior: blank screen, pulsations, chaos, and complexity.|
|David Hagar has generated some interesting fractal videofeedback images by placing a mirror beside the monitor.|
|With two mirrors we can generate much more complicated fractal images. Additionally, we see how this videofeedback configuration can be understood as IFS.|
|Some believe these systems are capable of universal computation, that they can model the economy, the origin of life, the acquisition of language, and even consciousness. Stay tuned.|
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