Thursday, November 1, 2007

Hall of Mirrors

Hall of Mirrors by Alex Zeltser
©1990-92 Berkeley Systems Inc.

Part of the After Dark 2.0 collection.

Not a bad module though this one was more impressive in lower resolutions where the mirrors could take up a much larger portion of the screen. Still, Hall of Mirrors works really well on modern systems when set to a slower speed and has no problem with current resolutions.

It is still kind of neat to see the mirrors start reflecting themselves and then fill up the entire screen to the point where the original image is distorted beyond recognition.

HALL OF MIRRORS (tm) reflects pieces of your screen ad infinitum in a dynamic display.

The "Mirrors" slider lets you adjust the number of mirror-tunnels on the screen at once.

"Mirror size" selects the size of the reflected areas.

"Mirror life" adjusts the lifetime of each reflection.

Works under Windows XP & Vista in greater than 256 colors.

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