Re: Re: 3D Screensavers for Mathematica users
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- Subject: [mg50294] Re: [mg50268] Re: 3D Screensavers for Mathematica users
- From: DrBob <drbob at bigfoot.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 03:36:03 -0400 (EDT)
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That does work, it DOES use both monitors, and it has potential interest.
But it spends virtually all its time in about 10% of the monitor space, lazily spinning and swooping--but swooping in a very slow, lazy way, getting nowhere.
I'm running the right monitor at 1280x1024 and the left monitor at 1024x768; your object starts on the right screen, close to its left edge, and never gets very far.
On Tue, 24 Aug 2004 06:22:02 -0400 (EDT), Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de> wrote:
> But it use only one monitor and you need a good 3d graphics
> "Bobby R. Treat" wrote:
>> I tried one of the "multimonitor" screen savers, and it wasn't.
>> Multimonitor, that is. The left screen froze, and the right screen
>> didn't know it.
>> This is very typical of the screen-savers I've seen all over the
>> Internet. None of them work.
>> graph3 at vicard.net (Norb) wrote in message news:<cg4f70$cec$1 at smc.vnet.net>...
>> > Let me introduce new Multimonitor 3D Math Screensavers at
>> > http://www.graphtree.com/
>> > The Screensavers are designed for Windows 98/ME/XP, with automatic
>> > install and uninstall.
>> > The Screensavers are made using mathematical objects. These objects
>> > are constructed in your video memory card (no objects are loaded from
>> > your hard drive). Thus the screensavers are very small in size and
>> > efficient.
>> > The Screensavers are multimonitor compatible - up to 5 monitors.
>> > There are the following new Math Screensavers:
>> > 1. 3DThings - Infinit number of 3D Math objects
>> > 2. MathLogo - One of the best screensaver for Mathematica 4 and
>> > Mathematica 5 users!
>> > Besides that for each screensaver appropriate mathematical desktop
>> > backgrounds (wallpapers) are available.
>> > Best regards,
DrBob at bigfoot.com
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