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Dual Billiards
The red point looks at the blue points and is reflected in the one furthest to its right; the process repeats with the new reflected point.
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George Beck
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S. Tabachnikov,
Geometry and Billiards
(Mathematics Advanced Study Semesters), Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, 2005.
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