From Useless Creations:
Attempt to keep your eyeballs in their sockets as you watch this Mac OS X screen saver display the Matrix code swirl on your desktop in mind bending real-time 3D! It can also be set to display the traditional 2D code, display your own pictures in the code, a clock, as well as heaps of other options.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I was looking for a Matrix-like screensaver for ages, since I got an intel mac, and found
this one. It works fine in snow leopard and looks great. Has options for setting glyph size,
number of lines, how fast they fall, 2D and 3D modes, it can even take photos from a folder
and make ASCII versions of them with the falling glyphs. There are other reviews that are
negative here, but I think this is a great screensaver and I paid for it.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I found it very difficult to tweak the colors on my 10.3.9 2x2Ghz G5. I got the beach ball numerous times while trying to set color options in Screensaver System Preferences. I had to force quit, probably a dozen times trying to 'set' it. I look forward to an update, but I paid my $5 because it is a great saver. I am interested to know what other options we can look forward to (see the Windows parity references by the previous reviewer.)
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I have registered the Windows version of this screensaver, as it is the best version I've ever seen. Now all we need is to have all of the Windows features added to the Mac version.
I've also registered the Mac version to support the author. He actually listens to his customers, and his updates are free to registered users. His work is well worth five bucks.
As soon as the two versions reach parity, I'll up the review stars to five.