TriVectus Gravity
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Screensaver of a spinnng solar system of planets.   Free
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TriVectus Gravity is a chaotic, scientifically inspired screen saver created in OpenGL. At its heart is a collection of planets that exist in a miniature universe. Each planet has mass and velocity, and is affected by gravitational forces from all of the other planets. Eventually, the planets will collide, the victors gaining mass in the destruction of others. Planets will become larger and larger until they form into suns and finally black holes. The universe is not only populated by planets, however: spaceborne spectators will come to watch the chaos and cause a little themselves!
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later






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Downloads:6,696
Version Downloads:1,809
Type:Utilities : Screen Savers
License:Free
Date:14 Aug 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TriVectus Gravity is a chaotic, scientifically inspired screen saver created in OpenGL. At its heart is a collection of planets that exist in a miniature universe. Each planet has mass and velocity, and is affected by gravitational forces from all of the other planets. Eventually, the planets will collide, the victors gaining mass in the destruction of others. Planets will become larger and larger until they form into suns and finally black holes. The universe is not only populated by planets, however: spaceborne spectators will come to watch the chaos and cause a little themselves!


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