Eyecandy: Turn your computer into an expensive lava lamp.

Timeless

Initial Release Date
March 4, 1994
Color Palette
8/18b
Max Resolution
320x200
License Status
Freeware © Tomasz Piotr Pytel
Codebase
x86 Assembly
Platform(s)
MS-DOS
Author(s)
Tomasz Piotr Pytel (Tran)

Description

Timeless is the first of Thomas Pytel's three infinitely running eyecandy demos, the others being: Ambience, and Luminati. It morphs a constantly updated texture-map in the background, while scrolling various sprites and other effects on top. Timeless was designed to run on very low performance PCs, all the way down to 286s.

Unlike Pytel's other demos, Timeless uses a fairly typical 320x200 display. It did use an odd refresh rate however, 56Hz, which could cause problems on some systems. Thomas later added a fix that swapped to using the more typical 60Hz mode.

...enjoy the illusion of reality you only think you are experiencing

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