How to Find & Install Screen Savers in OS X

Plasma Tunnel

Plasma Tunnel Screen SaverThis awesome screen saver displays a never-ending tunnel of lights and colors, which can be customized and change as you warp through the plasma. It reminds me of the sliding effect from the TV show Sliders. One caveat for those with multiple displays: you’ll need to go into the screen saver’s options and enable “show on all displays” to get it to work. Even then, it’s a mirror on all displays instead of independent animations.

2 thoughts on “How to Find & Install Screen Savers in OS X”

Avatar Xradeon says:
Lol flying toasters.. Good ol’ memories!
Avatar AlainCl says:
PixelCity is an old, free screensaver, but it’s really lovely. It’s a port from Unix or Windows and generates 3D flyovers and pans of a newly-generated city at dusk, streets filled with the lights of oncoming and departing cars, and skyscrapers lit and half-lit.
Avatar TekRevue says:
Oh, that’s awesome! Thanks for the recommendation!

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