Tuesday, December 11, 2007

String Theory

String Theory by Bill Stewart.
©1990-92 Berkeley Systems Inc.

Part of the After Dark 2.0 collection.

Another (but not the last!) module consisting of a line bouncing around the screen. I always liked this one specifically because it doesn't pretend to be anything it's not.

I'm probably thinking too much into it but String Theory was always simple to understand and gave you on screen exactly what you expected.

In addition, though one of the simpler modules ever made, it can still be responsible for some beautiful, unique and ultimately entirely too brief shapes and designs.


Original idea by James J. Eastman.

Colourful moire patterns that follow the edge of your monitor. For more variation, select up to 4 strings at the same time.

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

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