Flaredance Firework Screensaver 1.0
Flaredance Firework Screensaver is a flexible, detailed and hyper-realistic firework simulation software.
It operates as screensaver and will give you many hours of interesting and attractive animation. Depicted mathematic model simulates fireworks rocket explosions in most of the physical aspects, such as gravity, wind, air resistance, smokes, clouds and sounds.
The most exciting and unique feature is a special camera mode that gives you ability to see the fireworks through the camera flying between explosions, thousands of sparkles and clouds of glowing smokes lighted by blasts, flares and stars. You will also notice camera shakes from near explosions and delays from distanced ones.
Another useful feature makes Flaredance Firework Screensaver not only pretty screen saving utility. Use "on-screen-message" to leave a text on a screen when you are away from your computer.
Flaredance Firework Screensaver fully supports multi-display computer configurations and wide range of hardware. It can operate in either OpenGL or DirectX mode.
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