Mezmerizer 3D

Type of program: Screensaver
Supported platforms: Windows
Company name: Pixel Paradox
Version: 1.0
Cost: $11
Installed size: 1280


You are traveling through a very hypnotic tunnel, full of light, shadow, and color. The colors are rich and vibrant, mostly dark; dark rose, dark pinks, with flashes of lighter colors racing through. The walls of the tunnel are swirled with beautiful colors with definite fractal overtones, and fractal figures. There is an interesting multi-colored ball, small against the background of the tunnel, that bounces back and forth, up and down. I'm not sure what purpose the ball has, but it does add interest to an already gorgeous screensaver.

The website talks for a sentence or two about hypnosis, but makes a note that they claim no medical claims for this product, and offers no warranties for its fitness for any purposes except enjoyment. They also say that staring at this program for a few minutes MIGHT cause a temporary and harmless effect called "motion after-effect". That is stationary scenes will briefly appear to be moving. This MAE IS harmless and temporary, and in fact will probably never be noticed unless you glue your eyes to the screensaver for a few minutes.

The music is of a classical type, high lighted by a viola? a synthesizer? I'm sorry, I can't identify a lot of instruments just hearing them, but this one is prominent. The demo version is good for 10 days. You can change the display mode, check or not play music, play default music, or play custom music, and adjust the screensaver's running speed. You can also show frames per second rate.

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Reviewed by: Stormy Strock

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