Fractal Morphing Screen Saver 2.0

"Fractal Morphing Screen Saver" snapshot

Despite its small size, the screensaver performs beautiful morphing and fractal deformation and has a lot of settings. Experiment with its settings to find the view most appealing to you.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Alexander Moshkov
Price:
$15.95
File size:
244 Kb
Date added:
May 4, 2004
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Description from the Publisher
Fractal Morphing Screen Saver is a screen saver for Windows. Fractals fascinate us with their beauty and attractiveness. And as to morphing it emphasizes it to a great extent. According to many people's opinion fractals produce a soothing and relaxing effect on them. If you watch this screensaver periodically it will help you release your eyes weariness. Despite its small size, the screensaver performs beautiful morphing and fractal deformation and has a lot of settings. Experiment with its settings to find the view most appealing to you. Now the screensaver can work in the slideshow mode. The screensaver has 46 predefined fractals which provides 2070 morphing variants of one fractal into another. Touch the world of fractals. Especially, if you don't know yet what it is like.
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