The Poincare Map for a damped, periodically driven pendulum is developed. Each time the forcing function passes through its maximum, the phase plane location of the pendulum is recorded as a red dot. When the pendulum passes over the top, it gets out of sync with the driver, resulting in erratic motion. The fade transition occurs between 10 and 10000 periods of the driver. The end of the transition reveals a fully developed Poincare Map,which characterizes the underlying strange attractor. Though the motion appears random, it is actually chaotic, the result of deterministic equations of motion.