In the calm and quiet world of ocean, sounds are very special. The oceans own life often uses the sound «radar» for navigating through its dark deep waters by «listening» or even doing the «active detection» (sending sounds and listening what theyve bounced from). This idea is also utilized in human-made water and underwater vessels; modern «sound radars» Sonars are the major tool in the navigation and enemy detection.
The look and sound of todays sonars are kind of like a futuristic art, just because of the way they work. With Sonar Screensaver, you can obtain this «art» without even having a real sonar at you workplace! The screensaver picture is even more futuristic than what you can see on the most of todays real sonars: Sonar Screensaver «detects» different vessels, their parameters and trajectories and shows the detected information by the sonars main «beam» screen. The sounds of the screensaver include not only the imitation of sonars real sounds but also the «sound of the ocean around»; so, the overall impression allows the deep immersion into the atmosphere of a submarine.
The screensaver is highly customizable; you can select what and how is to be seen and heard. One additional and very useful option available in the screensaver is «On-screen message»: you can show any textual message over your sonar, which your visitors can read it if youre not at your desk.
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