The maze is constructed from an array of large square sods of earth in which are planted bushes in various patterns. There is one space left empty in the maze. Every so often, the squares will move around in order to occupy the empty space, creating a constantly changing, re-configurable maze. The
center maze block remains the same throughout, but the location of the entrances change with the general flux of the rest of the maze.

// constructed from an array of large square sods
Where would you find all those big boring guys?

But seriously, are you talking about something on the line of a "15 puzzle"? I can't understand how you intend the maze to work (can you provide a sketch).

UB, I believe he means that the hedges move into an empty space, but there are still spaces for users between the hedges. The tough part will be working out the geometry to get a path.

UnaBubba: If there is one empty space then the minimum number of sods that has the potential to ocupy the empty space is two (when the empty space is on a corner), the maximum is four (when the empty space is surroudned by sods). Working the search tree gives a combinatorial explosion of possible combinations of changes and paths to changes.

Again, you are incorrect UnaBubba. There can be a constant state of general flux, simply because at any gven time there will be one sod moving into an empty space. It would not be "highly ordered" because there is the possibility of up to four potential moves, and so there is randomness in which sod will move into the empty space. A little side note, doesn't reversible randomness imply some level of order? Otherwise, how can one reverse it?

Once more, you jump to conclusions. There are paths. There are path sections on each sod, just as there are hedges in each sod. There can be more than one user, in fact there can be multiple users. I don't know how you came to he conclusion that only one person would bed able to access the maze at a time. The space cane never be in the middle, because (as i said in the main body of the idea) the center block remains the same throughout. It is static.

You are not shifting individual hedges or individual paths. You are shifting large square sods of earth in which are bushes planted, and on which paths are lain. The individual structure of each sod never changes, only its place in the maze.

squeak: There will be ample opportunity to find your way out. If you wait long enough, you can leave the maze when your sod of earth is moved to the edge. If time is not on your hands, then you have the same problems as with any ordinary maze.

UnaBubba: Would you understand it better if I worded it in Norwegian?

The randomness is because there is no way of knowing which sod will occupy the empty square. So, the sod which eventually occupies the empty square is chosen at random from the sods surrounding the empty square.