Liquib turns an image into a virtual fluid, to produce flowing, evolving transformations on its liquified surface. Liquib manipulations can be applied manually, or you can relax and be entertained by Automatic Effects, optionally with music.
Kaleider 5.1.3 Kaleider emulates various Kaleidoscope, Mirroring, 3D Mirroring and Funneling effects. Effects can be controlled manually to create particular results, or can be viewed automatically in random sequences, optionally with motion, depth and music.
Phota Flowers Screensaver 3.9 30 of my favorite flower pictures, selected from my photo albums over the past few years, can be viewed with all of the features provided by the Phota Screensaver. Music can accompany the display. The flowers can be exhibited in 3D Galleries.
Description: Liquib treats an image as if it were a fluid, which can be distorted by various transformations to create liquid image, marbled paper and other, much odder effects. It is a graphics tool (or toy) that attempts to translate mathematics into visual imagery.
Manipulation Tools and Effects can be manually applied to express your creativity with unique transformations. Or you can relax and be entertained by the Automatic Effects feature. Watch as images are contorted, distorted and transmuted by randomly chosen manipulations, always fresh and evolving. Liquib effects can be reflected onto mirroring panels to create Tiles, which can optionally be centered to maximize symmetries. The visual display can be accompanied by music from the Audio Player. Liquib display sequences can be captured to Video, and actions can be Scripted to create choreographed performances of dynamic art, optionally controlled via a MIDI device.
Malicious Mac OS X Script Poses Threat Although not yet found in the wild, the malicious script can harvest passwords and install remote control software and security backdoors onto a user's machine.
3D video, flat screens wave of the future NEW YORK, Jun 16, 2004 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- An increasing number of TV consumers are buying high-end, high-definition plasma screens and thin panel LCD displays, ABC News reported Wednesday.