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This animation looks to me like a collection of hexagons of red dots, rotating and exchanging partners in a dance-like formation. The impression is given that each individual red dot will, over time, travel a significant distance around the picture, but if you focus on one dot, you'll see that this is not the case at all!
I found the animation on mathmunch.org (http://mathmunch.org/2013/10/10/tsoro-yematatu-fanos-plane-and-gifs/#comments). The aim of the site is to post three great finds each week from the mathematical internet, and their content looks very interesting.
The mathmunch site attributes the animation to David Whyte and Brian Fitzpatrick, who maintain a tumblr site called Bees & Bombs (http://beesandbombs.tumblr.com/). The latter site contains a great variety of animations of a similar nature.
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