Substitution Systems in 3D

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At step 1, the cube is divided into a a array of equal sub-cubes, which are colored red or gray according to some rule. In each step, this division and coloring is repeated on each sub-cube. This three-dimensional substitution system generates a wide variety of nested patterns.

Contributed by: Enrique Zeleny (July 2013)
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