This was made using a combination of the Processing Programming Language and Quicktime. The Processing component consists of a rotation of 5 different still images (taken from the VideoLab) each selected randomly when the mouse button is pressed. The location and size of each still image is determined by the mouse position on the screen. The five-fold symmetry is the result of a specific rotation speed coupled with the looping rate of the application. While experimenting with the output, I captured a video of the computer screen, and later played back this screen capture, controlling the playback speed by manipulating the playhead on the timeline (as seen on the bottom left corner of the screen). During the playback in quicktime, I again captured the screen as video, simultaneously capturing a piece of a Break Beat mix that happened to be streaming from play.fm.