Developer website: Shaun J. Chu
By enabling MacOSX's password-protected screensaver, you can hide BumpAlarm so nobody knows it's running.
Set BumpAlarm to run an AppleScript when it detects motion and the possibilities are limitless. Here are a few ideas…. make the Finder beep incessantly, send an automated alert to someone with iChat, or take a picture or record video with iSight.
BumpAlarm, requires Amit Singh's amstracker utility, available here. Save it to a convenient place on your hard drive. When you first open BumpAlarm it will ask you to locate it. If you don't have one of the new Powerbooks with the motions sensors in them, AMStracker will simulate it using your primary input device (mouse). Pretty cool!
- Fixed memory leak.
- added custom about window.
- loop checkbox now saves state in preferences file.
- adjusted range of sensitivity slider.
- interface improvements (Thanks Paul!)