From Walky Talky:
Pollen is a simple particle-system screensaver for Mac OS X. A bunch of "pollen" particles are moved around by various forces, producing a variety of drifting and swarming motions. The particles can also optionally gather to form a logo or image.
What's new in this version:
- Pollen now works under Snow Leopard
- You can choose your own colour scheme, using the same colour-mass relationship used in the default scheme
- Non-RGB logo images are supported
- There is no longer a white flash on start-up
- Now runs at up to 60fps, with a speed control for the motes in case this looks too frantic
- Various interal cleanups and improvements
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