Polymorf 3D v1.1

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AdamDawes
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Polymorf 3D v1.1

Post by AdamDawes » Thu Dec 15, 2005 5:45 am

Hopefully you guys won't mind me plugging the new version of my screen saver that I released last night! :)

Polymorf 3D displays a pretty shiny 3d shape that spins and rotates around the screen. Now with added textured goodness, and you can even use your own images to customise it further.

It's completely free and you can download it from my web site.

Some screenshots:

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Hope you like it!

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Post by markopoloman » Thu Dec 15, 2005 12:25 pm

My My - you have a lovely shiny ring piece Adam :o :shock:



Seriously - looks good though - well done!

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Post by Gilderoy Lockheart » Thu Dec 15, 2005 3:19 pm

Great work Adam, many's the time I've sat hypnotised at the earlier version, will enjoy staring at this on in a similar 'stupor' much to the misses amusement.

Good work that man ! :lol:

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Post by AmazingJas » Fri Dec 16, 2005 1:06 am

I'm afraid I (generally) have a slight objection to 3D powered screen savers. Once Direct 3D or OpenGL engages, up goes both the graphics card's and CPU's temperature to almost full load, even if it's a relatively simple 3D task. During my PC's idle time, I want it to run as cool as possible. 2D screensavers don't seem to have the same side effect?

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