Ping-Pong balls are carried aloft by three geysers on which they balance and spin . When a ball falls out of one geyser, the sloped mesh surface encourages it to roll counter-clockwise to the next geyser. When a ball enters a geyser, it interrupts the flow of water, thus releasing the geyser’s current ball, which then moves on to the next geyser. This action continues around in a circuit of endless feedback so that each ball is affected by its own previous actions. At times the balls seem to be fighting over access to the geysers, thus the name “My Turn”. The behavior of the system can be adjusted by varying the number of balls, and the height and angle of the geysers.