The GlowingWorld screen saver displays randomly generated graphical patterns using DirectX technology for smooth breathtaking animation. The program is highly customizable: you can create your own palettes and mix shapes to produce new effects.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: GlowingWorld is a screen saver application that offers an amazing trip beyond the borders of your imagination. Utilizing classical geometrical laws and modern art concepts this screen saver introduces a whole new dimension to abstract graphics. The application renders randomly generated graphical patterns on the fly using DirectX technology for smooth breathtaking animation. The resulting images resemble distant worlds, unknown galaxies or the inside of our planet - whatever your unconscious mind wants to see. There is not identical image or a sequence of images in GlowingWorld – every time you take a trip there, it amazes you with its novelty and unpredictability. The program is highly customizable: you can create your own palettes and mix shapes to produce new images and effects. Any image can be stored on the disk in JPEG or BMP formats; you can choose its size over the range of 10*10 - 2000*2000 pixels.
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